Fuel is an expensive part of running a fleet, effective fuel management can help reduce costs and improve efficiency.
From how you pay for the fuel to where you fill up and how you drive, fuel management articles in this section will help you to explain and offer some guidance on the ways your fleet can reduce costs.
Fuel management best practice and case studies are also available.
Click on the articles below for more on fuel management.
Fleets and Customer Service: Top Tips
9 steps to...a sucessful tender.
Drawing up proper guidance and effciently managing the selection can pay dividends, says Louise Cole
Fleet managers are now able to choose from more types of fuel than ever before. Simon Harris analyses the seven most common options available
How far will a car realistically go on a full tank of fuel? Most fleet operators will know it isn’t as far as manufacturers lead you to believe in their advertising.
Despite the potential to cut fuel bills by 40% and offering environmental benefits over diesel and petrol, LPG has never caught on. Andrew Ryan investigates why
Ending fully-expensed fuel is likely to be met with resistance from your employees, but there are ways to ease the process. Andrew Ryan reports
Fuel remains one of the biggest costs associated with operating a fleet of vehicles, but operators can make significant savings through introducing the right initiatives. Andrew Ryan reports on five of the best
Many vehicles use the additive to comply with the Euro 6 emissions standard, but top-up intervals and costs vary massively. Christopher Smith reports
Reduced-size turbo petrol engines offer comparable running costs and are less polluting than their diesel counterparts, but fleet uptake remains low. Andrew Ryan reports
Pump discounts and network coverage are key fleet considerations in £6.5bn market
Card providers are becoming 'mobility service providers', offering a range of additional benefits to customers, as Ben Rooth discovers
Employer-provided petrol and diesel for private use may appear a flaw-free benefit to drivers, but it can be costly to both parties, finds John Charles
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