Efficient Driving Behaviors to Conserve Fuel
Eco-driving programs promote smarter, more fuel-efficient driving behaviors. The I-95 Corridor Coalition, for example, partners with state agencies throughout the I-95 corridor from Maine to Florida to increase awareness about eco-driving with an initiative modeled after the North Carolina Department of Transportation's Drive Green, Save Green program. In addition, a nation-wide eco-driving program used by the U.S. Postal Service helped the agency save $11.7 million in fuel costs.
Fleet managers and drivers can improve the efficiency of their vehicles, conserve fuel, save money, and reduce emissions through simple changes in driving behaviors. Research by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory shows that improving driving behaviors can reduce vehicle fuel use by 10%. Savings can be up to 20% for aggressive drivers.
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