There are hidden and not-so-hidden costs to excessive idling, and they all add up to an ongoing concern across fleets of all sizes. Fuel waste, increased maintenance expenses, risk of fines, and even damage to a company’s brand are all consequences of leaving standing vehicles running. Even with the relatively low cost of gasoline, many organizations have idle reduction goals as part of an overall mandate to control costs and adopt more ecologically sound practices. However, instituting change comes with challenges, particularly when it requires widespread behavior modification. While there are specific telematics advances that address idling and other potentially costly driver habits, technology alone is not the magic bullet. Even the best programs can fall flat if they aren’t met with widespread company support. Our white paper goes over how you can effectively use data to drive behavior change and reduce idling.