Vehicle travel during the Fourth of July holiday period this year is expected to increase by 4.3%, escalating to a record-high 41.4 million Americans hitting the roads compared with 39.7 million in 2018, according to AAA.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed House Bill 1438 into law on June 25, making Illinois the 11th state in the nation to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Fleet management as a service allows rental car fleets, automotive auctions, midsize fleets, and carsharing services to manage their vehicle in-fleeting, preventative maintenance, and de-fleeting with digital-enabled fleet services.
The company has now raised more than $88 million in funding from firms such as Invus Opportunities, Conversion Capital, Enterprise Holdings Ventures, Madrona Venture Group, Maveron, Perot Jain LP, Total Ventures and Vulcan Capital.
With almost three decades in fleet management, the past-NAFA president looks to the people in fleet for her motivation.
If you are like most fleet managers, you establish a depreciation schedule when you put your vehicles in service and probably never think about it again until it’s time to pull it out of service and send it to auction. Maybe it’s time you took a more active view toward managing depreciation.
The Mercedes-Benz SUV lineup will see significant updating for the 2020 model year with a new compact crossover, third-generation GLS, and freshening of the GLE and GLC SUVs.
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. is recalling approximately 23,241 2016 to 2018 Audi Q3 vehicles equipped with LED headlights for a turn single issue.
General Motors will invest $20 million in its Arlington Assembly plant in Texas, which will fund upgrades for a new full-size SUV it plans to built at the plant, the company has announced.
Car values continued to weaken and truck values strengthened last week, as the summer months approach.
Existing transportation networks, supported by the power of industry collaboration, will drive the future of mobility as a service, an Enterprise Holdings executive said at a recent transportation summit.
The New Jersey Senate and Assembly has passed legislation requiring ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders, expanding the state's existing interlock law to first-time drunk drivers with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher.