Topic: Fuel Information
Truck maintenance, specifically truck repairs, takes a huge chunk out of a trucking company’s annual budget. Next to fuel and purchasing a truck, it is the costliest aspect of running a trucking business. Repairs and maintenance swallow up about 10 percent of overall expenses, according to Truck Driver Institute. We’re talking about 12 cents per mile and $15,000 annually for airline/hoses, alternators, wiring, and brakes.
FAQs on the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) What is IFTA? The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is an agreement between the lower 48 states and Canadian provinces to help simplify fuel tax reporting if you run in more than…
A great way for truck drivers to save money on fuel costs is to use fuel-efficient driving strategies. Follow these tips to see how simple strategies can also help you drive safer, decrease stress on your truck’s engine, and help you get more mileage out of your fuel tank.