True for individual car owners. But fleet managers sleep with their calculators under the pillow. They are way more sophisticated.
The idea that fuel price is a primary consideration for consumers when purchasing a vehicle is a myth. That’s a conclusion that one can take away from a new report by the Fuels Institute, a unit of the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS). According to the “Vehicle Sales and Fuel Prices” report, the three factors car-buyers do consider include: