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Monday, December 30th, 2019
what is octane? fuel tips from Kendrick Oil

Octane levels refer to the measurement of the performance of fuels within an engine. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has made many regulations regarding octane to help reduce emissions that come from vehicles across the United States. Octane additives have been created to do this, including lead, benzene, toluene, and many more. Today, BTEX complex and ethanol are the two additives that are currently used. The following details the history of octane and leaded fuel in the U.S.

Friday, November 29th, 2019
fuel tanks, monitoring and maintenance tips

The benefits of an onsite fuel tank are numerous for commercial fleets. Your drivers can get fuel more conveniently and you’ll be able to manage the quality of the product you buy. You must take care of your onsite fuel storage tanks to continue getting these benefits. Here are some tips that can help you do this.

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019
question mark on chalk board

If you run a commercial fleet, you must handle everything from vehicle maintenance to efficiency matters to fuel delivery. Factors like cost, regulations, availability, and more can determine whether you use gas or diesel fuel for your fleet. Here are some tips that can help you choose (or reevaluate your choice) of vehicle and fuel type.

Friday, November 15th, 2019
keeping your fuel pumps safe

If you own a gas station or truck stop, you probably know how damaging card skimming can be to your customers. This is especially true at the pumps. If your customers learn that their financial information and money were stolen while filling up at your location, it can be damaging to your reputation and business as well. If you are unaware of what card skimming is and why it is dangerous, the following can help.

Monday, November 11th, 2019
fuel delivery in Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Colorado, and Kansas

Both private and public sector fleets rely on managing bulk fuel efficiently. Because of this, both sectors focus on creating a manageable budget. For public fleets, there is an added factor having to work with government funding. With this in mind, public fleets could look to the private sector for ways to enhance efficiency and cost-savings.