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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

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Auto Focus

Chris Brown
How Much Does Driving Style Affect MPG?

By Chris Brown
We conducted three tests using an in-vehicle data logger with surprising results — and some questions on whether one car’s computer is telling the truth on fuel economy.

Would Car Rental in Europe Benefit from Consolidation?

By Chris Brown

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Driving Notes

Chris Wolski
2015 International WorkStar 7300 SFA 4x4

By Chris Wolski
Not too long ago, I had the opportunity to take an International WorkStar 7300 4X4 off-roading at Navistar’s recently acquired New Carlisle, Ind., proving grounds.

2015 Jeep Renegade Sport 4x4

By Chris Wolski

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Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Everybody Is the Best at Something

By Sherb Brown
Reflecting back on the fleet preview season and understanding the responsibilities of fleet managers.

Fleet Management: Part Art, Part Science

By Sherb Brown

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Market Trends

Mike Antich
Potential Roadblocks to the Adoption of Autonomous Vehicles in Fleet

By Mike Antich
Two of the most significant changes in fleet management were the result of military breakthroughs – namely the opening of GPS to civilian use and the creation of the Internet, both of which will be critical to operating autonomous vehicles. While extremely difficult to do, technology will not be the issue with the implementation of autonomous vehicles. Other broader non-fleet issues may slow or inhibit widespread implementation of autonomous vehicles.

One Year Later: Additional Remembrances of Ed Bobit

By Mike Antich

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Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
Driven to Continuous Improvement

By Lauren Fletcher
Today’s fleet managers are pressured to keep doing more with less, while saving their companies money year-over-year, and, at the same time, ensuring that drivers are safe and accomplishing their jobs. It’s a tough job, and countless individuals couldn’t imagine doing anything else.

Rightsizing is Not the Same as Downsizing

By Lauren Fletcher

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