Category: fleet fuel

Diesel Fuel Prices Keep Inching Up

I know diesel fuel prices that is all we talk about lately but we aren’t the only ones talking about fueling. In FleetOwner, Sean Kilcarr wrote this below about diesel fuel prices.

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Proposed Fuel Tax Increase

Our roads and highways are our major means of transporting goods, providing service, and keeping our fleets moving and our business operating. Our highways need to be maintained and safe for drivers. The funds, which pay for roads, bridges, and transportation projects, come from the Federal Transportation Trust Fund.

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Desktop Management

Many of us spend long hours at our desks, so to help make the workday comfortable and productive it helps to create an environment conducive to clear thinking. By establishing a good desk environment you are guaranteed to improve your efficiency and achieve more in your day.

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Low Risks; High Reward$

The National on-highway average price for diesel fuel was $3.069 at the end of April 12th. That’s the highest average since November 2008 and I don’t think any of us will forget what those months were like in 2008. Most reports indicate that prices are only on the rise even into 2011. Diesel will average somewhere around $2.98 this year, and $3.12 in 2011. In 2009 diesel prices averaged $2.46 per gallon!

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Yes, Its Tax Time Again

No matter if you are an individual preparing your annual income tax returns or employers filing their quarterly returns, taxes are a requirement and can be complex and difficult.

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Fleet Fuel Fraud Can’t Happen To You? Are You Sure About That?

In fleet fueling there are many ways your employees can steal fuel from you. Most companies truly believe, it can’t happen to me. There theory is we have someone that spot checks that information sometimes. Our drivers make good money they would never risk losing their jobs. Why would anyone want to steal from us, we take care of our employees. When it comes to fleet fuel the fuel is liquid cash when it comes to stealing. Everyone would like

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Are You Fueling Good Today?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revised its vehicle testing procedures in 2006 to help better reflect how people really drive in current conditions. The way you drive any vehicle affects how much fleet fuel you use, if you didn’t know. These new testing methods – whose results took effect with the 2008 model year – include factors such as high speeds, quick accelerations, air conditioning use and driving in cold temperatures. All of these items done incorrectly will cause

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