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2015 L.A. Auto Show: Cars

Take a look our gallery of passenger cars from the Los Angeles Auto Show. Read our perspective about themes from the show here. Photos by Paul Clinton, Thi Dao, Amy Hercher, Kat Sandoval, and Chris Wolski.

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The all-new 2016 Nissan Titan XD is positioned between a traditional 1500- and 2500-type pickup.

2016 Nissan Titan XD Ride and Drive

During a recent ride and drive event, automotive media put the 2016 Nissan Titan XD through its paces on-road, off-road, and at the Nissan proving ground in Scottsdale, Arizona, highlighting the truck's 5.0L Cummins diesel engine and its towing and payload capabilities. Photos: Chris Wolski

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Ram provided a full line up of truck and commercial products from the Promaster City to the Ram 5500 to test hauling capacity.

Ram Demonstrates Heavy Hauling

Fleet managers rely on pickup trucks to deliver cargo. But, as the following photos demonstrate, today's pickups have the capability to haul tens of thousands of pounds. Ram Trucks invited media to put the company's trucks to the test. Photos: Chris Wolski

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Refuse truck on a Stertil Koni Earthlift

SGFMA Conference in Pictures

The annual conference of the Southeast Governmental Fleet Management Association (SGFMA) took place in Myrtle Beach, S.C., Oct. 11-14. Here's a peek inside the exhibit hall. Photos by Thi Dao.

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Ram added a redesigned X-style grille for 2016.

2016 Ram 3500 6.7L Turbo Diesel

Ram Commercial has upgraded its 3500 dual rear-wheel pickup that's powered by a 6.7L Cummins inline-six turbo diesel. Several new features arrive for 2016, including an increase in towing capability to 31,200 pounds and LED bed lighting. Photos by Vince Taroc.

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The Fleet Technology Expo was held at the Long Beach Convention Center Aug. 24-26.

2015 Fleet Technology Expo in Pictures

The 2015 Fleet Technology Expo gave fleet managers the opportunity to learn how they can effectively incorporate and manage alternative-fuel technologies. Photos by Thi Dao, Kareem Girgis, Kevin Haegele, Kat Sandoval, Amy Winter, and Chris Wolski.

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The 2015 Volt provides 40 miles of electric range and an EPA-rated 380 miles of total range.

GM's 2015 Chevrolet Volt

The first-generation Chevrolet Volt (2011-2015 model years) will soon give way to a new generation of the plug-in electric hybrid that's expected to increase the nameplate's electric range to 53 miles from 40 miles. The Volt is now the top-selling plug-in electric hybrid globally. It's sold in Europe as the Opel/Vauxhall Ampera and in Australia and New Zealand as the Holden Volt. Photos by Kareem Girgis.

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Respondents to this year’s survey on average earn $84,694, which is 2.4% higher than last year’s reported average of $82,732.

Charts: 2015 Salaries & Retirement Plans

The average fleet salary has increased to $84,694, and more fleet managers reported a salary increase this year than in the past three years. About one-third of survey respondents said they plan to retire in the next five years.

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Toyota unveiled the 2016 Prius on Sept. 8 in Las Vegas.

Toyota's 2016 Prius Hybrid

Toyota's fourth generation 2016 Prius gasoline-electric hybrid improves fuel efficiency by 10 percent and will arrive early next year with Mirai-like styling elements designed to improve its emotional appeal, according to the automaker. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Toyota.

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Police vehicles are the newest of the vehicle types listed, followed by refuse trucks. Source: Utilimarc

Charts: 2015 Fleet Inventory & Age

This section includes data about fleet inventory and age. The information from these charts comes from the Government Fleet 2015 Industry Trends Survey, Utilimarc's data of its municipal benchmarking clients, and the U.S. General Services Administration. For the full article, click here

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Thi Dao
How Many Degrees of Separation?

By Thi Dao
The degrees of connection within any industry are less than six or four. Choose a handful of random fleet professionals, and I’d bet one of them knows someone you know or have worked with.

What's the Future of Transportation?

By Thi Dao

Managing a Police Fleet

Paul Clinton
Upgrading the F-150 for Off-Road Patrol

By Paul Clinton
Ford took the wraps off its 2018 F-150 Police Responder earlier this month and showed police agencies its latest tool for law enforcement work on more rugged terrain. Early feedback indicates that the truck will find a place with more rural agencies.

Managing High-Speed Pursuits

By Patrick Oliver and Samuel Kirchhoff

Next-Gen Fleet

Facundo Tassara
Rethinking Utilization: Using the Energy in Parked EVs

By Facundo Tassara
Think the return on investment for electric vehicles (EVs) is too long? Vehicle-to-grid technology allows EVs to earn money while parked by utilizing their large batteries to provide energy storage services for buildings, utilities, and the grid. This extra money can reduce the total cost of ownership of EVs.

Perception vs. Facts

By Facundo Tassara

Driving Notes

Paul Clinton
2018 Chevrolet Traverse

By Paul Clinton
The 2018 Traverse enters a crowded and intensely competitive category that pits two-row and three-row offerings in pitched battle. The generational update comes nine years after Chevrolet introduced the Traverse, and following two mid-cycle updates in 2013 and 2015.

2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

By Stephane Babcock

Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Size Matters

By Sherb Brown
There is little doubt that the folks out there with 5,000-10,000 vehicles have a good handle on how much they should be paying; for everything from bucket trucks to sedan floor mats. But some of our recent survey data shows that vast hordes of the fleet market are paying close to retail rates for a lot of products and services.

Remembering the Coach

By Sherb Brown

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