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Should Delivery Fleets Pay to Park in Loading Zones?

Should Delivery Fleets Pay to Park in Loading Zones?

The humble city curb is now coveted real estate, and it’s making mobility increasingly difficult. Cities are turning to curb management concepts that allow fleets to dynamically guarantee parking for a fee.

October 13, 2020

XL Fleet Is Going Public: What Does it Mean for Fleets?
Gov. Newsom Issues Order to Ban New Gas Car Sales in Calif. by 2035
Ford Takes Telematics In-House and Hardware Free

Ford Takes Telematics In-House and Hardware Free

Manufacturers are partnering with telematics providers to allow access to data from OEMs’ factory-installed modems. Meanwhile, Ford has introduced its own telematics system that takes advantage of its factory modem to maximize the depth and breadth of that data for fleets.

September 1, 2020

What Can Autonomy Do for the Middle Mile?

What Can Autonomy Do for the Middle Mile?

The middle mile in the supply chain is ripe for efficiency gains, while its repeatable routes make it a fit for early autonomous transportation adoption. Gatik’s Sam Saad explains when, how, and why.

August 4, 2020

Using Sharing Tech to Reduce Fleet Budgets
Lordstown Motors Has Sold Out First-Year Production

Lordstown Motors Has Sold Out First-Year Production

Lordstown Motor Corp.’s CEO Steve Burns said preorders from commercial and fleet customers for the all-electric Endurance pickup exceed the company’s production capacity of 20,000 units for 2021.

June 25, 2020

Planning for Fleet Electrification through a Distributed Charging Network
In Memoriam: Morris Belzberg, Budget Rent a Car Pioneer

In Memoriam: Morris Belzberg, Budget Rent a Car Pioneer

Through his marketing campaigns, government relations, and ability to manage a powerful group of franchisees, the former Budget CEO is credited with propelling the brand “into the major league of car rental.”

May 11, 2020

Open for Fleet Business

Open for Fleet Business

Kevin Sullivan’s dealerships are still processing fleet orders and he’s got plenty of inventory, though that might not last. With factory shutdowns, “Everything's been canceled.”

April 13, 2020

CARES Act Analysis: 17 Takeaways for Applicants
Pandemic Survival: Adjusting Fleet on the Fly

Pandemic Survival: Adjusting Fleet on the Fly

To weather the coronavirus pandemic, this auto parts delivery service is sourcing new crisis-related contracts, conserving cash flow, and reexamining employee policies.

March 17, 2020

8 Fleet Forward Conference Takeaways

8 Fleet Forward Conference Takeaways

Data management and protection, electrification, telematics, video technology, mobile servicing, shared mobility, and advanced safety tech took center stage in San Jose.

November 26, 2019

Tesla's Electric Pickup: Is It a Work Truck?

Tesla's Electric Pickup: Is It a Work Truck?

An up-close dose of Tesla’s Cybertruck from last night’s reveal in Hawthorne, Calif. answers some initial questions on whether it can function in a traditional fleet capacity.

November 22, 2019

Integrating Data: Identifying Untapped Opportunities for Fleets