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Boost driver performance with in-cab coaching systems

May 14, 2019 by John Smith

TORONTO, Ont. — Truck driver actions play a significant role when it comes to boosting fuel economy, and today’s in-truck coaching tools can ensure they make the best decisions. The insights also go well beyond MPG alone.

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Video: Fuel for thought, and action

April 25, 2018 by John Smith

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Some of the most important factors behind spec’ing decisions are those that promise better fuel economy. A panel of experts at the Canadian Fleet Maintenance Summit (CFMS) discussed how claims should be weighed, and steps that will deliver a return on investments.

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Vnomics’ True Fuel Part Two: Good Jim

April 17, 2017 by Dan Robinson

  PITTSFORD, NY — Since you can’t physically sit beside your drivers all day, observing and coaching their driving habits and performance, some sort of monitoring tool can be quite useful. However, if drivers see such devices as annoying or […]

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Vnomics’ True Fuel Part One: Bad Jim

April 17, 2017 by John Smith

PITTSFORD, NY — Since you can’t physically sit beside your drivers all day, observing and coaching their driving habits and performance, some sort of monitoring tool can be quite useful. However, if drivers see such devices as annoying or impeding their ability to drive the truck, they won’t happily accept the intrusion.

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Vnomics’ True Fuel Part One: Bad Jim

April 17, 2017 by John Smith

PITTSFORD, NY — Since you can’t physically sit beside your drivers all day, observing and coaching their driving habits and performance, some sort of monitoring tool can be quite useful. However, if drivers see such devices as annoying or impeding their ability to drive the truck, they won’t happily accept the intrusion.

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Vnomics’ True Fuel Part One: Bad Jim

April 17, 2017 by John Smith

PITTSFORD, NY — Since you can’t physically sit beside your drivers all day, observing and coaching their driving habits and performance, some sort of monitoring tool can be quite useful. However, if drivers see such devices as annoying or impeding their ability to drive the truck, they won’t happily accept the intrusion.

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Headlights Once Again

January 27, 2017 by John Smith

Two weeks back I wrote about the inadequacies of headlamps in a newsletter issue entitled Got Enough Light? It seems I struck a chord as there was more than the usual amount of feedback on the subject. You can read that one here but to be brief, I started this way…

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Real-time driver coaching

December 8, 2016 by Rolf Lockwood

True Fuel from Vnomics offers driver coaching and precise, comprehensive fuel-usage analytics for fleet managers