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White Paper Offers Tips for Cutting Fleet's Monthly Fuel Bill

June 24, 2008

SOLANA BEACH, CA – JETT-Track, a provider of GPS vehicle tracking for service and commercial fleets, has published a white paper, titled "Four Tips on How to Cut 30% From Your Service Fleet's Monthly Fuel Bill."

"This white paper is a result of meeting with some of our larger service fleet customers who told us they had seen significant savings over the past six months. We felt it was important to educate other service fleet managers who are looking at investing in GPS technology," said Bernard Arroyo, JETT-Track program manager. "If a service fleet can cut 30 percent from its fuel costs, it can pay for its entire GPS investment in about six weeks. Plus, it will get the added benefit of increased employee productivity, reduced overtime hours, and the ability to recover a vehicle if stolen."

Highlights of the white paper include:

Using speed alerts to bring drivers average speed down.

  • Cutting idle-time.
  • Eliminating unauthorized vehicle or gas card usage.
  • Better routing.

The white paper can be downloaded at

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