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The Slippery Definition of Infrastructure

Should electric-vehicle charging be considered infrastructure like roads and bridges?

As Congress returns to Washington this week, the debate over what, exactly, constitutes “infrastructure” is cranking up as President Joe Biden starts work to get a version of his American Jobs Plan passed.

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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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History of the First Truck: 1896

The first truck in the world was designed by Gottlieb Daimler in 1896.

The first truck in the world looked like a cart with an engine and without a drawbar. The engine, called "Phoenix", was a four-horsepower-strong two-cylinder engine located at the rear.