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NACFE Electrifies Run on Less

The North American Council for Freight Efficiency and Rocky Mountain Institute will be conducting...

Run on Less 2021 will feature up to 10 Class 3 through 8 electric trucks, drivers, and charging infrastructure systems operating in vehicle-appropriate duty cycles in the United States and Canada.

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GM Unveils New Electric Delivery Van & EV Business Unit

The EV600 is powered by GM’s Ultium battery system, and is targeted to have an estimated range...

General Motors has revealed a new electric delivery vehicle that will feature an estimated 250 miles of range following the announcement of its BrightDrop business unit, which is designed to offer a new ecosystem of electric first-to-last-mile products, software, and services for delivery and logistics companies.

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Got Questions? Modern Telematics Best Practices

Scott Sutarik is the VP of Commercial Vehicle Solutions at Geotab Inc. He has...

VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions

Scott Sutarik from Geotab

VP, Commercial Vehicle Solutions

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NTEA Adopts Climate Change Policy

The transportation sector generates the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions (28.2% of...

A new climate change policy provides work-truck-industry association NTEA the opportunity to educate the public, regulators, and legislators about how the industry is addressing society’s environmental concerns.

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Assessing the Ford F-150 Hybrid for Fleets

Our PowerBoost test truck was a 4x4 SuperCrew XLT with 5.5-foot bed. Ford thankfully decided...

Our test of the new F-150 PowerBoost netted an extraordinary 19.2 average mpg with a 1,732-lb. payload and 25.1 mpg without. Adding PowerBoost’s 12,700 lbs. of max towing, is it blasphemy to finally turn our backs on diesel for true work applications?

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Workhorse Receives Largest Electric Van Order

The delivered vehicles will be distributed through Pride dealerships for fleet use.

An order for more than 6,000 Workhorse C-Series all-electric delivery vehicles was placed by Pride Group Enterprises, a Canadian and U.S. based company with businesses in transportation equipment retail, wholesale, rental, leasing, and logistics.