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The 5 Elements of Lowering TCO Through Decreased Fuel Spend

The 5 Elements of Lowering TCO Through Decreased Fuel Spend

The 5 Elements of Lowering TCO Through Decreased Fuel Spend

Simply put, total cost of ownership — or TCO — is derived from calculating the initial price of the vehicle and adding the costs related to continued usage of the vehicle — maintenance, infrastructure, and, most importantly, fuel. But with fuel prices fluctuating and overall costs rising, fleet managers need even more from their fuel providers to keep a tight rein on TCO.

Download the E-Book, The 5 Elements of Lowering TCO Through Decreased Fuel Spend, to learn:

  • How fuel availability and reliability can lower TCO
  • When fuel cards can benefit your fleet
  • The importance of establishing a solid policy on fuel card usage

By Circle K Pro

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