Social distancing restrictions may have eased, but another threat looms larger... Three years later, social distancing no longer dominates fleet decisions, but does that mean asset sharing is back to normal?
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles will continue to use commonwealth-owned vehicles for driver testing services through April 30.
Pandemic-affected change has shifted the lens in viewing various mobility options — motor pools, ridesharing — for today’s public sector fleets. A panel of experts recently explored the opportunities that new perspective offers.
A panel at GFX suggested tactics for fleet managers to take advantage of the current long vehicle delivery delays and astounding resale values.
In the Coronavirus new normal, fleet managers need to keep a finger on the pulse of these emerging trends: take-home privileges; vehicle shortages and accident repairs; insurance adjusters; and massive mileage fluctuations.
Government fleet vehicle sales unsurprisingly went down during the pandemic, but it’s expected to grow this year, consistent with the larger transportation market, according to a report by GovWin from Deltek.
If you're a bit nervous for your first post-pandemic in-person event, rest assured — health comes first at the Government Fleet Expo & Conference.
Learn how the fleet team at the City of West Palm Beach, Florida, turned an idea into a reality in 30 days.
Airlines, one of the hardest hit industries by COVID-19, needed to adapt quickly and calmly; here’s how Denver International Airport fleet did it.
When COVID-19 stopped some vehicles from being driven, it woke fleet managers up to what was really needed to keep their operations moving.