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Russia to Optimize Domestic Corporate Fleets

In addition to inefficient use, there are concerns of the government related to the ongoing expansion of automotive fleets of both federal and municipal offices, through the ongoing purchasing of cars.

Electric Cars in Russia Ready for a Breakthrough

The electric vehicle market in Russia is gaining a larger foothold due to a multitude of factors. One main driving factor is the fact that the Russian government itself is pushing the development of electric vehicles.

Opel Returns to Russian Market

Opel is reentering the Russian market by introducing three models at Russian dealers, including a light commercial vehicle and a multi-purpose van (MPV) that can fit up to nine people.

First Quarter Russian Fleet Registrations Rise 11%

First quarter registrations in the Russian True Fleet market were up 11.4%, according to a report from Dataforce. Lada and Toyota continue to be the best-performing OEMs in the region, jointly representing a quarter of the market. Kia claimed the No. 3 position, followed with Volkswagen in 4th.

GM to Launch Traverse in Russia

General Motors will sell the Chevrolet Traverse mid-size SUV in Russia by the end of 2017, as the automaker looks to capitalize on Russian interest for utility vehicles.

Global Congestion Costing Commercial Drivers

The cost of traffic congestion increased in 2016 to an average of $1,400 for U.S. drivers, as congestion worsened in Los Angeles, which has become the most congested city in the world, according to the Inrix Traffic Scorecard.