1 police fleet is doing its part in reducing the $18 billion wasted in idle mode
According to the U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuel Data Center, each year, U.S. passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles consume more than 6 billion gallons of fuel — all without even moving. By taking an average fuel cost of $3 a gallon, that means $18 billion is wasted in idle mode alone. So the obvious question now becomes, how can we find idle savings and what is the most efficient and effective way to do it?
For municipal fleet managers and police chiefs who oversee law enforcement vehicles that serve as both mobile workspaces and command centers, simply turning off the ignition is in many cases just not practical. These officers and their mission-focused equipment not only need reliable power generation in a climate controlled environment but also need the ability to respond at a moment's notice.
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