FleetCor Technologies, Inc. has collected "hundreds of millions" in improper fees from its fleet customers since at least 2014, according to a civil complaint filed by the Federal Trade Commission against the Atlanta-based payment processor.
Ford has released power ratings for the 7.3L V-8 gasoline engine that propels the 2020 F-600 chassis cab truck and provided technical details for the truck's 10-speed automatic transmission as well as its next-generation 6.7L PowerStroke V-8 diesel.
CEO Gary Fitzgerald spoke with Automotive Fleet about the company's branding update, and what it means for the fleets that use GPS Insight's technology.
WEX Inc. commercial fleet clients that manage plug-in electrified vehicles will be able to pay for charging under a new partnership with ChargePoint, which now operates the nation's largest EV charging network.
Commercial fleet managers are facing an end-of-year deadline to switch out their Verizon 3G hardware, as the carrier has announced plans to shut down its legacy cellular networks. Verizon Connect fleet customers have been given an extension.
An array of new and updated solutions in 2019 will help fleet managers reduce risky driver behavior like never before.
New work trucks from Ram, Ford, and Chevrolet land at the nation's largest, and oldest, auto show.
The fuel card specialist is looking for ways to reduce data overload for fleet managers as it deepens its expertise through acquisitions and an expansion.
Mercedes-Benz will shift production of its Sprinter van to South Carolina from Germany later this year. Andrew Lawson, the general manager of fleet operations for van and chassis, sat down with Automotive Fleet to discuss what it means for fleets.
Colin Sutherland, Geotab's executive vice president of sales and marketing, speaks about telematics industry consolidation, vehicle security, and answers the question of who owns vehicle data in this interview.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a significantly upgraded van that offers a dizzying array of configurations and meaningful improvements designed to improve productivity for delivering packages or hauling passengers.
Robert Veit, vice president and managing director of Mercedes-Benz Vans USA, is leading a growth initiative in North America that includes the launch of the third-generation Sprinter.
Isuzu, Chevrolet, Hino, and Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America offer similar standard warranties for their diesel cabovers, and provide additional component warranties to increase a fleet manager's piece of mind.
Fleets can manage the risk of rising fuel prices with financial instruments known as fuel hedges.
Ford offers 58 configurations of its full-size van, and produces them all on one line at its Kansas City Assembly Plant.