FedEX plans to electrify 42 of its vehicle stations following an agreement made with Chanje Energy as part of its ongoing electric vehicle rollout.
New Hampshire is the only state in the nation that does not have a law on the books requiring adult drivers and front seat occupants to wear seatbelts.
Fatigue behind the wheel can be deadly, and in response manufacturers are launching more and more wearable technologies to alert drowsy drivers.
Ford Motor Company is recalling an estimated 166,196 2018-2020 F-150 trucks equipped with high series LED headlamps with Autolamp functionality for a lighting issue.
Kevin Hollander, director of fleet asset management with AT&T, will retire at the end of February 2020 following over 20 years of service in the fleet industry.
Merchants Fleet is expanding capacity for its in-demand commercial vehicle remarketing services and has hired Jesse Hopperstad as a remarketing sales manager, where he will be responsible for assisting new and existing Merchants Fleet clients in the Western half of the country with remarketing their vehicles.
Establishing a Silicon Valley presence offers the opportunity to directly manage West Coast fleet clients, while tapping into the region’s diverse pool of talent.
Clients can work with Doering Fleet Management to source and finance EVs and associated charging infrastructure, manage the EV fleet through their lifecycle, and remarket their EVs at the end of term, using Doering Fleet Management’s leading EV management technology and EV consultants.
The conference, dedicated to mobility solutions for fleets, will return to The Forager in San Jose on Nov. 9-11.
Reading Truck Group acquired substantially all of the assets of Action Fabrication & Truck Equipment Inc. and its affiliates. Action is a regional manufacturer and upfitter of service utility truck bodies and specialty truck equipment bodies, with facilities located in Florida.
Utilimaster opened an additional vehicle production facility in Bristol, Indiana, which will also support aftermarket parts and service and research and development.
Massachusetts’s new “hands-free” law went into effect on Feb. 23 and law enforcement throughout the state now have extra patrols on roadways ready to enforce the measure, reports CBS Boston.