Zeus Electric Chassis is set to deliver five trucks to the Sacramento Municipal Utilities District in California (SMUD) in May. Learn more about the vehicles and why SMUD is going all-electric.
Fleet electrification has been a focus at Geotab Extend, with executives discussing resale value, battery health, total cost of ownership, and cost of tracking.
Learn how to better manage employees during the pandemic, how to handle anxiety and grief, and how to "get creative" with technology to keep the fleet team informed and connected.
Waste volume has increased between 5% and 30% nationally on residential routes as people stay home to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Miami-Dade County, Fla., fleet staff continue to service Solid Waste and Police vehicles while purchasing fuel more often and stocking up on extra parts.
Ford has delivered its 1 millionth face shield for medical workers and first responders to protect them from the COVID-19 virus and shipped an additional 7,500 to the New York Police Department.
U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar did not offer an amendment to the FY-2020 Department of Energy budget, one that would have eliminated funding for the Clean Cities program.
The City of Pittsburgh is deploying telematics, route optimization, and navigation services in an effort to reduce salt spreading by 33% while maintaining the same level of road de-icing.
President Trump’s 2018 proposed budget slashes the Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technology program funding, reducing it by nearly 74%. The cuts include terminating funding for the Clean Cities program.
In his keynote address at the 2016 Fleet Technology Expo, the director of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) Vehicle Research and Test Center provided an overview of vehicle safety technologies, covering systems that have recently been introduced to the market as well as technologies currently being developed, such as autonomous vehicles.