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January 2008, Business Fleet - Feature

Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Work for Your Fleet?

The GEM model eS features six 12-volt flooded electrolyte batteries for a range of up to 30 miles on a charge and a 39" x 48" bed with a 330-pound cargo capacity.

By Chris Brown, Mike Guardabascio

With environmental benefits, low operating costs and flexibility of use, NEVs could offer a viable alternative in your fleet. Yet there is much to consider before taking the leap to fully battery-powered vehicles.

Tags: Green, Fleet Management, Nevs, neighborhood electric vehicles, Global Electric Motorcars, Battery-Electric Vehicles

July 2007, Business Fleet - Feature

Thinking Electric?

By Daryl Lubinsky

For on-facility or warehouse driving, neighborhood electric vehicles are available now to help you save money and the environment. Several production freeway-ready EVs are coming in the near future.

Tags: Battery-Electric Vehicles, Nevs, Global Electric Motorcars, ZAP, Emissions, environmentally friendly, neighborhood electric vehicles

May 2007, Business Fleet - Feature

Benchmarking Keeps This Fleet on Track

By Daryl Lubinsky

Gem Plumbing saved 25 percent on its fleet maintenance and repair costs in five years by implementing a strict preventive maintenance program and a comprehensive system to track to it.

Tags: Benchmarking, Global Electric Motorcars, Preventive Maintenance

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Driving Notes

Paul Clinton
2014 BMW i3 EV

By Paul Clinton
Just about everything that goes into BMW's 2014 i3 may seem impractical, such as its broad use of exotic materials, bulbous shape with coach doors, and range limit. Yet, this vehicle is an automotive engineering marvel that's also a fun, smooth drive.

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Market Trends

Mike Antich
Upfit Lightweighting is More Complex Than Simply Reducing Weight

By Mike Antich
When used in the manufacture of truck bodies and van equipment, lightweight materials, such as thinner gauge high-strength steel, aluminum, fiberglass, and plastic composites, enable fleets to reduce vehicle weight to improve fuel economy, increase legal payload, and even drop down to a smaller (often more fuel-efficient) vehicle.

Procurement and Fleet Don't Speak the Same Language

By Mike Antich

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Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
Rightsizing is Not the Same as Downsizing

By Lauren Fletcher
Rightsizing is used almost synonymously with downsizing; however, just look at the two words and you can immediately see that they are not the same.

What Drives You to be a Better Fleet Manager?

By Lauren Fletcher

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Auto Focus

Chris Brown
What Makes a Good Dealership Rental Manager?

By Chris Brown
Car dealerships thinking about starting a rental program should consider these seven points before making their first key decision, hiring a rental manager.

5 Work Truck Trends (and One Game-Changing Innovation)

By Chris Brown

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