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State of the Fleet Industry: Telematics Data Signals Pandemic Recovery

Topics mentioned in today's video includes: fleet segments that are showing signs of recovery; fleet mileage and fuel consumption trends during the pandemic; a decline in carbon emissions; how the election could impact future alt-fuel mandates; and trend analysis of the wholesale resale market.

U.S. DOT and EPA Lower Gas Mileage Targets

NHTSA and the EPA will increase the stringency of corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) and CO2 emissions standards by 1.5% each year through model-year 2026, as compared with previous standards that would have required about 5% annual increases.

Why the Industry Is Transitioning to Synthetic Motor Oils

There are three key reasons why the transition to synthetic oils is occurring. They are the proliferation of smaller displacement turbocharged engines, escalating CAFE fuel economy requirements, and government regulations to lower tailpipe emissions.

New Chevron Engine Oil Reduces DPF Ash by 60%

Chevron says its new heavy-duty diesel engine oil is so effective at reducing DPF soot that exhaust systems could once again become hands-off maintenance items for some long-haul fleets.

43% of Commercial Trucks Now Using Cleaner Diesel Tech

Of the 11 million diesel-powered commercial (Class 3-8) vehicles on the road, new research from the Diesel Technology Forum shows that 43% are now using cleaner burning technology, including selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and particulate control.

Ultra Clean Diesel Offers Even Lower Emissions

REG Ultra Clean Diesel — a blend of renewable diesel and biodiesel — is now available for bulk purchase near Portland, Ore. It emits fewer emissions than conventional diesel, renewable diesel, or biodiesel.

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