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5/14/2020 - 5/26/2020
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.
The OEM is providing 20 vehicles to help transport vaccines to underserved communities and increase vaccine access for Angelenos with limited transportation or immobility.
While government fleet procurement plunged during the pandemic, it’s now back on the rise.
Mobile Wellness Units — purchased with COVID-19 relief funding — are being delivered to all nine of Oklahoma’s Public Health Districts.
Through a partnership with Element and Karma Automotive, Ayro CEO Rod Keller believes the company’s electric low-speed vehicle will aid efforts to vaccinate a greater share of the U.S. population.
The pandemic forced fleet operations to alter how they work. Some of the changes they’ve made are here to stay.
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