Concox - 3 Methods To Save Your Fuel Cost
Monitoring fuel is of importance. It can not only avoid the embarrassment when driving on the halfway and find out fuel was drained, but also help optimize and save on fuel use.
Monitoring fuel can be realized in 3 methods - fuel gauge, CANBus data, and fuel level sensor. The fuel gauge is the most common, easy and cheap way. By checking the oil gauge pointer, you can know the real-time fuel storage. However, to some extent, it is not so precise. CANBus is in-between. Its price is relatively higher than a fuel gauge, meanwhile, it is more accurate. Intelligent and cost-effective CANBus interface with the aim to monitor vehicle technical information and improve fuel consumption. The interface connects directly to the vehicle’s CANBus, collects, processes using high precision algorithms and translates the information. The fuel level sensor is the most accurate and the most expensive method. A good sensor is equipped with microprocessors and can work under high temperature. When refueling is required, the fuel level sensor will send out an alert. However, it may be a little complicated when connecting your car.
Fuel costs can account for one-third of all fleet operation costs. It does not only mean how much you pay on oil fare but also refers to the maintenance and driver cost caused by lacking fuel. After all, having a low amount of fuel can hamper the car’s performance and damage it in the long run.
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