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Fleet fuel cards reduce costs by alerting when drivers pump expensive fuel grades to displaying gallons pumped vs. tank capacity. Read to find out how to find the best provider.

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MVT Solutions Offers Fuel Efficiency Reports

MVT Solutions, a provider of fuel-economy testing and design and development services for the trucking industry, announced that the test reports for its Certified Products are now available on a no-cost subscription basis.

Waste Management Unveils New RNG Facility

Waste Management unveiled the latest technology at its Outer Loop Recycling and Disposal Facility in Kentucky, turning waste from the landfill into usable, renewable natural gas (RNG).

How to Reduce Fuel Costs with Telematics

Telematics can help a fleet manager collect many useful types of data on a fleet of vehicles. Four companies share the strategies they implemented to reduce fuel spend.

Getting Creative with Fuel Budgets & Technology

Take the time now to research future solutions to reduce fuel expenditures. If at the end of the year there is some cushion leftover in your fleet’s fuel budget, you are armed and ready to utilize what you can to help ensure future cost savings.

GoldTop Two-Speed Fan Clutch

The Kit Masters two-speed GoldTop fan clutch is designed to reduce clutch engagements while still providing enough engine cooling.

Entergy Arkansas Adds Hybrid Trucks to Fleet

LITTLE ROCK, AR - The new models have a long green stripe stretched across the sides to identify them as hybrids and are expected to save the company fuel, reduce emissions, and provide added safety at the work site.

Pros & Cons of TPMS for Class 3-8 Truck Tires

The U.S. Department of Transportation is expected to release its revised medium-truck tire standard (FMVSS No. 119) during the second half of the year. However, it is anticipated that it won’t contain a provision calling for the use of a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) for Class 3-8 commercial trucks. TPMS is an electronic system that monitors the air pressure inside pneumatic tires. Should TPMS be mandated for commercial trucks over 10,000 lbs.? Here are three reasons supporting this.