Program Aired: November 16, 2 p.m. ET A new, multi-year trucking study has documented how fuel-efficient driving significantly lowers the risk of accidents and critical safety events. Tune into this webinar to hear the dramatic results and learn how one trucking fleet is becoming even safer and more efficient using the ISAAC Coach system.November 16, 2023
Ford Motor Co. says it would face $1 billion in fines from 2027 to 2032 under stricter proposed average fuel economy rules that target SUV and truck manufacturers.
Program Aired: October 5, 2 p.m. ET MVT Solutions (a subsidiary of Mesilla Valley Transportation) shows the value of a good sustainability program and how it adds profits, saves time, and reduces GHG emissions at a faster rate. The simple 3-step process involves understanding the fleet, testing, and educated implementation. Done correctly, this turns a cost-center into a profit-center.October 5, 2023
Trucking companies are increasingly investing in training, technology and incentives to optimize driver performance when it comes to fuel consumption.
Fuel economy for 2021 model year vehicles in the U.S. stayed flat with 2020 as people continued to buy less-efficient trucks and SUVs, according to an annual government report published Dec. 12.December 12, 2022
Environmentalists and consumer advocacy groups are castigating automakers for supporting the Trump administration’s effort to relax fuel economy standards, amid fresh warnings from a Democratic leader that the plan won’t deliver promised safety benefits and will raise costs for consumers.
A draft of the final rule, now undergoing a final White House review, includes several changes that could make it easier to defend in court and more palatable to some automakers that had refused to publicly endorse the earlier proposal.
The Trump administration is signaling that it could increase fuel economy standards, possibly compromising on its push to freeze them at 2020 levels.