Chevrolet showcased the 2019 Silverado 1500 in Los Angeles at an event that highlighted the truck's towing technologies.
The Florida Association for Governmental Fleet Administrators (FLAGFA) celebrated 40 years at its conference last week. Nine past presidents were in attendance.
DeKalb County, Ga., has announced that it has invested $8 million in the purchase of safety vehicles and emergency equipment, including police vehicles and fire trucks.
This past week, the Michigan State Police conducted its annual testing of police vehicles, testing 12 vehicles from three automakers.
The combination warning and emergency light is designed for interior or exterior applications, including upper and rear deck or behind the grill.
The City of Jackson, Miss., unveiled 46 vehicles with a new look last week in a move that its police chief says will boost morale for officers.
Data and telematics provider Geotab is deepening its role in seeking to increase safety in municipalities by forming partnerships with Vision Zero Network and Together for Safer Roads, the company has announced.
The Iowa City council has approved plans to build a $10.9M public works facility that will allow fleet staff to consolidate to one location.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas’ guarding package for its HL960HD wheel loader protects the machine from jobsite hazards.
Volkswagen provided additional details about its aggressive electric-vehicle initiative at an event in Germany on Monday, where the automaker said it will produce 27 battery EVs on an affordable platform by 2022.
New York City’s light-duty fleet purchases averaged 100 mpg in fiscal-year 2018.
Hurricane Florence swept through several parts of the eastern U.S. last week, causing extensive damage and flooding. And when natural disasters hit, fuel is a common concern.