From proactive approaches to cost-effective practices, explore how preventive maintenance and strategic partnerships can keep your smaller business fleet running smoothly.
A look at some of the latest safety news in the fleet industry, including a new partnership between a video telematics provider and safety organization, a company acquisition, updates by IIHS to crash testing criteria, and more.
Canadian electrical contractor Fize Electrique shares how it uses Ford Pro e-Telematics to drive and track efficiency in the battery-electric Fords in its fleet, mostly comprised of E-Transit vans, even in the brutal cold of winter.
Companies that invest in home-charging programs for their EV-driving employees see more informed fleet usage and tracking.
The telematics provider launches a resource to increase productivity, uptime, and optimization for daily fleet usage.
The integration of the AI copilot into the MyGeotab platform enables fleets to significantly reduce the time taken to gain insights, access customized data reflections that are tailored to their specific needs, and have an enhanced capacity for making data-driven decisions.
Expanded production capacity helped increase U.S. sales to 12,443 in January, up nearly double compared to the same month a year ago.
Chip Cooper of Cooper Motors shares his take on where vehicle supply and availability are headed this year and offers a creative way to spec to get the job done.
The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For competition identifies and honors organizations displaying commitment to excellence in human resources and employee enrichment.
"This generation wants to be more involved in their organization than just the day-to-day operations or their responsibility. Our drivers are asking for more tools to help them collaborate, communicate, and be engaged to be more productive on the job,” Satellites Unlimited Occupational Safety and Health Manager Cortez Tolbert says.
For these seven fleet managers, a common challenge is cost containment in the face of lingering supply issues. That challenge grows in the face of looming regulations and corporate sustainability goals.
In a first-ever metric compiled by Cox Automotive, seasonally adjusted electric vehicle values ended 2023 down 17%, while non-EVs were down 7.1% for the year.
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