In the midst of the rapidly unfolding pandemic, businesses and institutions are scrambling to the new realities.
For fleet managers who had an eye on reducing the idling of fleet engines, the dramatically lower fuel costs as a result of cheaper, pandemic oil very well may lead to a tougher driver sales-job and higher fleet costs down the road.
Meanwhile, cheap gas could lead to a spike in idling our personal vehicles (social safe places in a pandemic) at precisely the time we need to be protecting our air quality, lung function, and immune systems. Here’s why.
The psychology surrounding non-productive idle time has always been a tough nut to crack because it’s been minimalized by drivers in vehicles everywhere.
Read the article from Ron Zima, ADpPR.