Monthly News Roundup—February

We know you are busy. So, we selected top fleet news from February surrounding tips and developments in the fleet industry for your convenience.


This week’s curated list of news stories includes:


  1. fuel-pump

    Each bad driver costs a fleet an extra £560 a year in fuel, new research finds

    We are always looking for ways to save money. New Direct Line research shows that there’s a way fleets could save 40 percent on fuel bills and reduce the number of accidents. Read more


  2. alert-symbol

    Industry shows unity against safety-rating change in light of CSA’s problems

    The trucking and bus industry are voicing their concerns. A coalition of trucking and bus associations united to sign a letter urging the US DOT Secretary to rescind certain safety rulings. Read more


  3. driving

    How Drivers Can be Safe and Productive

    Traffic deaths have significantly increased in 2015 and 2016. We want our fleets to be safe, but productive as well—and rightly so. This requires taking a realistic approach to balancing the needs of fleet stakeholders. Read more


  4. truck-fleet

    Higher interest rates: What they mean for trucking

    The Federal Reserve increased interest rates at the end of 2016. What impact will that have on fleets, particularly private truck fleets and for-hire carriers? Read more


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Jessie Robinson

Content Marketing Specialist

Jessie Robinson is a Content Marketing Specialist at Fleetio, and is passionate about the future of green transportation technology. Jessie studied at UNC Chapel Hill and is a die-hard Tar Heel basketball fan.

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