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Top Factors Impacting Fleet Electrification in 2020

Top Factors Impacting Fleet Electrification in 2020

Many fleets are adopting electric or hybrid vehicles to meet sustainability targets and environmental regulations. From lower battery prices to increased charger availability, here are six electric vehicle trends expected in 2020.

April 1, 2020

Volvo, Fontaine Modification Offer Reduced-Height Auto Hauler Day Cab
Mack Offers Enhanced Finance Options for All Segments
Last-Mile Deliveries Surge in a Socially Distanced World

Last-Mile Deliveries Surge in a Socially Distanced World

Whatever the final impact of the pandemic on fleet management, one legacy will be the creation of an expanded base of new customers comfortable with e-commerce transactions to be serviced by a growing number of final-mile delivery fleets.

March 30, 2020

Idelic Integrates FMCSA BASICs Into Safety Suite
Electric Truck Tested on Public Wireless Electric Road
International Recalls LT and HX Models for Brake Lights
HDT Wants to Know How COVID-19 is Affecting Your Fleet
CDC Travel Advisory, Rhode Island, Florida Quarantines Don't Apply to Trucking
Focus On: Mack Electric LR [Video]

Focus On: Mack Electric LR [Video]

Early in 2020, Mack Trucks handed the keys to its first fully electric refuse truck to the New York City Department of Sanitation. Equipment Editor Jim Park gives us a tour of the truck and a few early driving impressions.

March 27, 2020

GM Producing Critical Care Ventilators with Ventec Life Systems
FTR: COVID-19 Crisis to Take Toll on Trucking, Economy
Strick Elevator Allows 25% More Freight in a 28-Foot Pup Trailer
Landi Renzo Receives CNG Certification for Ford 7.3L Engine
CDC's Advice for Truckers Delivering into New York City

CDC's Advice for Truckers Delivering into New York City

The CDC has issued guidelines for truck drivers delivering into New York City area, which is one of the hardest-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. CNN reported that as of midday March 26, about half of the 74,000 cases of coronavirus in the U.S. were in New York – almost 10 times more than any other state.

March 27, 2020