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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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Chris Wolski
2014 Mazda3 Compact Sedan

By Chris Wolski
Driving the 2014 Mazda3 was a pleasure. Clean acceleration, deft handling, and a comfortable interior, filled with plenty of storage added up to a commuting experience I looked forward to each day.

2014 Ram Power Wagon

By Chris Brown
Trying to find a place to test the Ram Power Wagon’s true capabilities is no easy task — unless you happen upon another truck in distress.

2015 Ford Transit Van

By Stephane Babcock

2014 Nissan NV200 Taxi

By Stephane Babcock

Market Trends

Mike Antich
To Green Your Fleet, You Need a Plan

By Mike Antich
Without establishing a plan and the policies to implement it, there will be no uniform focus to meet sustainability goals or a consistent framework to maintain compliance with these goals in terms of asset acquisition, fuel consumption, and vehicle operations and maintenance.

Implementing a Single Strategy to Improve Driver Safety and Lower Fuel Spend

By Mike Antich
Driver safety and the reduction of fuel consumption are not mutually exclusive goals. There are many similarities between fuel-efficient driving techniques and safe driving techniques. In fact, there’s a direct correlation between safe driving and fuel efficiency. It’s been proven: the safer the driver, the higher the miles per gallon.

My Remembrances of Ed Bobit

By Mike Antich

Increased Fleet Efficiency Makes Reimbursement a More Expensive Option

By Mike Antich

Auto Focus

Chris Brown
Are Renters Exhibiting a Creeping Sense of Entitlement?

By Chris Brown
Some say this attitude is more prevalent in the millennial generation. Trend or not, your focus should be on dealing with it effectively.

What Keeps Small Fleets up at Night?

By Chris Brown
Our survey of small commercial fleets reveals their top pain points, but also shows that just a little more focus on fleet could drive big improvements.

Chrysler First Looks and First Drives

By Chris Brown

Used Rental Cars: Perception Versus Reality

By Chris Brown

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Business Fleet Magazine - September/October 2013

In This Issue:
Here are some of the Highlights:

  • Latest Upfits for new Cargo Vans
  • Making the Case for In-House Maintenance
  • What to Do (And Not To Do) After a Highway Breakdown
    And much more…