Trucks on road to $26,000 savings thanks to efficiency drive

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Carbon War Room says substantial cuts in carbon and fuel can be made using available haulage technologies

Simple energy efficiency technologies could save operators of large trucks, tour buses, and tankers up to $26,000 per vehicle, while cutting carbon emissions from the heavy vehicle sector by 624 million...

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