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The City Express is a two-passenger small cargo van aimed at small business owners. It is produced by Nissan and spun off the Nissan NV200.

2015 Chevrolet City Express Walkaround

GM brought in the 2015 City Express LS cargo van to Bobit Business Media's headquarters on Nov. 7. The two-passenger compact cargo van is aimed at small business owners and is now available for purchase. Click to watch Betsy Flegg, a GM Fleet and Commercial marketing manager, talk about the compact vanPhotos by Vince Taroc.

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This extended cab all-wheel-drive Colorado is powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.

2015 Chevrolet Colorado Walkaround

GM brought its 2015-MY Colorado mid-size pickup to Bobit Business Media's Torrance, Calif., headquarters to allow editors a hands-on look at the new vehicle. GM has shipped the vehicles to dealers. Read the full story here. Read our driving impressions of the truck here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

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The new Sprinter 4x4 is tested on a dirt track at the Mercedes-Benz van reassembly plant in Ladson, S.C.

2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van

Mercedes-Benz has added several new features to its 2015 Sprinter including standard Crosswind Assist and available 4x4. Click here to read more about the vehicle, and stay tuned for more info and photos in the January/February issue of Work Truck magazine. Photos by Adam Pringle and Mercedes-Benz.

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2014 Green Fleet Conference in Pictures

The 2014 Green Fleet Conference & Expo's first day included a walk through the history of alternative fuels, a ride and drive event and sessions for government, commercial and heavy-duty trucking fleets. For the full story, click here. Photos by Becky May and Joanne Tucker.

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The lane departure warning lets drivers know when they begin to drift unintentionally or without a turn signal.

GM’s 2015-MY Crash Avoidance Tech

General Motors is adding an array of crash avoidance technologies to its 2015 Chevrolet models, including radar and ultrasonic sensors to rear-view cameras to help drivers avoid collisions. Photos courtesy of GM.

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Ford introduced sleeker body lines for the Transit Connect in the 2014-MY redesign.

Ford's 2014 Transit Connect Cargo Van

For the 2014 model year, Ford redesigned its Transit Connect cargo van and wagon. The compact van gets a sleeker look, improved fuel efficiency, and additional safety features as it enters its fifth model year in the U.S. market. Photos by Kelly Bracken.

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This model is the 2015 Suburban LTZ 4WD with a six-speed automatic transmission.

GM's 2015 Chevrolet Suburban

The Chevrolet Suburban, which is celebrating its 80th year as the longest continuously produced nameplate in the world, enters its 12th generation with the 2015 model year. It's durability and cargo capacity make it an ideal vehicle for fire response and other rugged fleet applications. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Kelly Bracken.

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Ford's Transit PTV concept is built with a medium height and long wheelbase. It was upfitted at Havis Prisoner Transport Solutions in Warminster, Pa.

Ford's Transit Prisoner Transport Concept

Ford has developed a Prisoner Transport Vehicle (PTV) concept version of its 2015 Transit full-size van with police upfitter Havis and input from law enforcement officers that serve on Ford's police advisory board. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Ford.

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Charts: 2014 Fleet Salaries and Retirement Plans

The average fleet salary has increased from last year to $82,732. About one-third of survey respondents said they plan to retire in the next five years. Read the full story

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The median fleet size across all agencies surveyed is 450 units.

Charts: 2014 Vehicle and Equipment Inventory

More fleets reported an increase in their fleet sizes this year in comparison to 2013 survey results. Increases in servie areas or programs have resulted in larger fleets for some, while right-sizing and selling off underutilized vehicles have resulted in fleet reduction for others. Read the full story here.

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Fleet Management And Leasing

Jack Firriolo from Merchants will answer your questions and challenges

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Public Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Amin Amini from Verizon Connect will answer your questions and challenges

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Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

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