Reducing excess engine idling time on urban delivery fleets with frequent stops can result in significant fuel cost savings.
According to a study by the Green Truck Partnership, Light commercial vehicle engines can use 2–3 Litres of fuel per hour idling. The report claims that savings as much as 8% of fuel costs can be achieved as well as reduced engine wear, reduced noise and improved air quality in work areas.
snapTrax driver performance reports can help you identify drivers that tend to leave the engine running while loading and unloading goods, processing paperwork, talking on the phone and taking a roadside rest stop.
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