Autonomous Vehicles: When Will They Truly Arrive?

March 14, 2018 Sokolis Group

We've been hearing buzz about autonomous cars for almost a century now, with the dreams of a self-driving car for everyday use showing up in fictional accounts of the future in the 1930's. As we saw the promises of other once far-fetched inventions come to fruition, we've continued to wait for the reality of an autonomous vehicle. Each year it seems that we are given more exciting updates about the encroaching arrival of truly autonomous vehicles on our streets, but so far test vehicles have yet to give way to a functioning consumer product. 

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Is Your Company Spending 50 Cents a Gallon More Than It Should?

March 07, 2018 Sokolis Group

If you use propane to power forklifts in your operations, or other alternative fuels in your fleet, there may be an opportunity to file a Federal excise tax claim for a credit or refund related to the fuel used during 2017. 

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Fuel Flash - March 2018

March 01, 2018 Sokolis Group

During February 2018, crude oil prices went on a roller coaster ride following a similar track as the stock market.  Shortly after the start of the month, prices fell by approximately 10%.  Prices remained at that lower level for a brief period and then started to rise again.  By the end of February, prices netted to be about 10% lower than where they started the month.  The following graph shows the daily price movements over the past three months: 


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How Proper Vehicle Maintenance Improves Fuel Efficiency

February 21, 2018 Sokolis Group

Fuel costs are a major cost of doing business when operating a fleet of any size. Purchasing new vehicles can significantly reduce fuel cost, but can be prohibitive as a capital investment. Most fleet managers are unable to replace their entire fleet and may continue to operate older vehicles for some time. This means that proper maintenance to improve and maintain fuel efficiency is an important, and cost-effective, way of reducing overall costs.

Here are a few things you can do to maintain fuel efficiency in cars and trucks:

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