On the one hand, India’s government has set fuel efficiency targets for the country’s flat-bed truck fleet to reduce the fuel consumption.
But these goals, though aimed at the public, have also been set up by the companies, which have benefited from the government’s policies.
The government’s fuel efficiency target has also allowed some companies to cut down their fleet sizes, which would reduce fuel consumption for the public.
India’s Ministry of Railways and National Highways has set an average fuel consumption of 6.4 liters per km (3.7 gallons per mile) for flatbed truck fleets, and India’s Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs) fleet has been reduced by half.
But that’s not all.
In 2017, India lost two major diesel-powered vehicles, two diesel-electric vehicles and a passenger vehicle that were diesel- and gas-powered, as the Indian government’s diesel subsidies were withdrawn.
The country’s diesel fleet has also been reduced to just 13.5 percent of its capacity, from about 75 percent before the subsidy cuts, according to data from India’s Transport Ministry.
India also has one of the lowest per-capita fuel consumption in the world.
The fuel consumption index (FCEI) in India is 2.8 percent, the lowest among all developed countries.
But the country has more than 4 million flatbed vehicles, which account for about 85 percent of the countrys total fleet.
According to the Transport Ministry, India is the world’s third-largest importer of flatbed trailers.
The Ministry of Transport estimates that India is currently importing about 40,000 flatbed trailer units per day.
These units are mainly for use in construction, construction, manufacturing and distribution of freight and passenger vehicles.