From becoming a more environmentally friendly shop to increasing utilization and right-sizing vehicles, fleets can take a number of steps for a cleaner fleet and operation.
How is your knowledge of fleet greening? Take this quiz, provided by the Center for Sustainable Energy.
The days of “dumb” electric vehicle (EV) chargers may soon be over. Here are six new or upcoming technologies that can change the way you charge your vehicles.
One way fleets can reduce their vehicle count and expenses is to pool their vehicles for employees from multiple departments to use. But where do you start? Fleets share some tips to help get the ball rolling.
For Washington D.C., limited space and high parking fees contribute to increasing fleet costs. A new ride-hailing program aims to solve these problems, help the environment, and even boost a struggling taxi industry.
When a fleet is writing or updating a driver safety policy, these five can’t-miss categories can help start a policy off right.
Small and large government fleets suffer many of the same headaches. But staffing issues are just one of several unique challenges that managers of small fleets face.
Experts in fleet management and municipal governance share advice for public-sector fleet managers who wish to build stronger and more mutually beneficial relationships with their administrators.
The new Ventrac Sidewalk Snow Vehicle is a skid-steer-style machine designed specifically for snow and ice removal on narrow sidewalks and park pathways.
Toro introduced a cab assembly option for its RT1200 riding trencher, enhancing both operator safety and comfort. The trencher is commonly used in utility work.