The notion of gas at more than $4 a gallon is real folks. A few summers ago, people were having a hard time commuting to their jobs because of exorbitant fuel costs.
We’re making adjustments to our lifestyle that reduce dependencies on vehicles. What are you doing?
“Companies need to plan for the long-term, both from an emissions and cost perspective. As we move into the next buying cycle for corporate fleet vehicles, companies should be asking themselves, “What fleet do I want in 2014, 2015 and 2016?” Even if $5 a gallon gas is not likely, there is a risk of high and sustained prices over the coming years. I, for one, would not want to have to ask the CFO to double my fuel budget and not be able to articulate the comprehensive, multi-year plan that was already in place to mitigate our exposure to historic fuel prices.”