When comparing the average cost of fueling with regular gasoline and EV charging, the cost is about 55% lower for EVs — though some states tilt considerably more favorable for EVs than others.
Merchants Fleet, Jacobs, The World Economic Forum, and Bloomberg hosted a joint webinar on how companies can take steps to embrace the change to connected automated vehicles (CAVs) and reap the benefits of this technology.
The 2021 Subaru Ascent earned a Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) due to good-rated headlights.
Ford created the Driveway Dealership, an augmented reality experience that allows you to get up close and personal with the all-new 2021 Ford F-150..
The autonomous driving joint venture between Hyundai Motor Group and Aptiv will be named Motional, which seeks to provide fully driverless systems for fleet operators by 2022.
Pricing for the Toyota Sequoia full-size SUV starts at $50,100 for the entry-level SR5 trim with 2WD, and goes up to $53,325 when equipped with 4WD.
Jaguar Land Rover is developing software that will reduce motion sickness by adapting the driving style of future autonomous vehicles, to continue to provide our customers with the most refined and comfortable ride possible.
While diesel and gasoline engines will still be the main power source for commercial vehicles for the next decade, fleets are now testing and buying sustainable vehicle technologies in record numbers. That’s according to a new study of fleet use of sustainable vehicle platforms for medium- and heavy-duty fleets, such as natural gas, propane, electric, and renewable fuels.
Over 98% of fleets involved also said they expected a continued interest, or increased investment, of sustainable vehicle technologies and fuels, according to the new report.
Speaker and best-selling author Curt Steinhorst will be giving the opening keynote presentation titled “Building a Focused and Productive Team in Turbulent Times,” at the 2020 AFLA NextGen Virtual Conference.
Fleet activity in the U.S. ended the week of Aug. 3, 2020 at peak levels not seen this year since February 2020, which also spiked through some of July, reflecting a return to normalcy in the industry.
A majority of states saw gas prices drop by one to two cents or saw no change at the pump. Though low, the volatility was enough to drive the national average down a penny from last Monday to $2.17.