- Employing electronic logs instead of paper to record driver activities.
- Applying advanced transportation software tools to drive route optimization, fuel conservation and engine efficiency.
- Adjusting the speed governors on our trucks to a maximum 62 miles per hour, for greater fuel efficiency and reduced emissions.
- Training and monitoring our drivers to reduce the time their trucks spend idling, while also using cab heaters and idle-control technologies to ensure we meet government “smart idle” standards.
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