Vehicle GPS is more than just dots on a map. Using the advanced tech can reduce fuel costs (idle reduction, speed control), improve delivery efficiency (routing and compliance), and reduce maintenance spend (utilization tracking, and predictive triggers)
Making sure you have the right tool for the job is key. Truck technology and components are constantly changing. Working to take advantage of these newer technologies can have a great impact on your bottom line
Alternative fuels CAN offer cost reductions, if vetted and applied correctly. If you are in a position and want to improve public image, obtain bid preferences, or reduce costs; this area can bring great benefit
Does it make sense to be structured as a private fleet? In some cases, setting up an operating authority and captive lease arrangement can offer sales tax and other positive tax implications
Mobile workforce management, safety camera systems, compliance tools (E Logs), Vehicle to Device paring and data sharing. "Smart Truck" Programs
If you have a shop, is it saving you money? If you don't, should you have one? What about scrap waste product handling, are you getting paid for your waste? Are you using technician and work-order software programs?
If you have capacity on your trucks, can you sell it to another? What about back haul? How about asset sharing? Ever consider selling ad space on your trucks?