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.
Staff at the City of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, redesigned the chassis on its standard dump trucks, and can now switch a spring/summer asphalt carrier or dust suppression carrier to a winter sand spreader or anti-icer in 20 minutes.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator allegedly misused a government vehicle when commuting between Washington, D.C., and his home in North Carolina.
Fleets in Florida joined public agencies around the country in responding to calls for assistance during Hurricane Florence.
One benefit of the fleet community is the ability to learn from each other’s good (and bad) experiences. Fleet managers share the initiatives that have found them success, and offer guidance on the challenges they faced along the way.