Ed goes on to explain that driver behavior is an important piece of the PM equation as well, but it is often overlooked. He points to telematics as the most effective way to understand what’s truly happening behind the wheel and how that behavior influences the health of your vehicles. Ed also examines the impact vehicle maintenance has on fuel efficiency.
Finally, with the entire industry likely facing significant supply constraints for the foreseeable future, Ed stresses, there’s still time to adjust your PM strategy to optimize the health and efficiency of your fleet.
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