Despite the rapid pace of improvement in electric powered vehicles, internal combustion engines are staying around for a good long while and so it makes sense to keep looking for ways to improve their overall efficiency.
Fuel economy should continue to improve as more motor carriers replace existing trucks with newer models. However, growing highway congestion and a rising number of e-commerce deliveries to urban areas are likely to offset some of the gains.
“Late won’t kill you, speeding will.” Operation Safe Driver Week gives you an excuse to talk about safe driving practices and reinforce your fleet's safe driving expectations.
Population growth and concentration in urban areas will continue to fuel medium-duty sales.
When you first get notice of a fleet accident, these actions should be put into motion before anyone else gets involved.
Fleets need to continue to keep up-to-date on developments in these areas so they will be able to determine when the time is right to embrace new technologies in order to maximize their impact on fleet operations.
The Run features a variety of truck brands and technologies, along with a variety of loads they haul: from food and beverage to package delivery to household goods.