From how to determine utilization to how to take away barely used vehicles, here’s what fleet managers can do to improve utilization and begin right-sizing their fleets.
With Ford’s recent announcement to discontinue its Police Interceptor Sedan, fleets seeking a patrol sedan now have limited options. We spoke to fleet managers to see how this affects their procurement strategy.
The City of Columbus, Ohio, partnered with Ohio State University students and Utilimarc to develop a tool that helps fleets plan replacements.
These fleets are broadening their search for talent and finding new ways to keep their best technicians on the payroll.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) began purchasing hydrogen fuel cell vehicles during the last fiscal year. Here are a few things fleets can learn from Caltrans’ experience.
Use a ‘State of the Fleet’ report to promote your organization. Here’s what to include.
Switching up a vehicle procurement strategy comes with additional expenses. But it can pay off, too.
In part two of this four-part series of procurement, we look at the true cost of New York City's decision to purchase vehicles with additional safety features.
In part 1 of this four-part series on the cost impact of procurement, we look at how the City of Detroit significantly reduced expenses by changing the way it purchases vehicles.
In order to meet a citywide goal to become carbon neutral by 2020, the City of Austin, Texas, found success in adopting multiple alternative fuels.
The San Francisco Fire Department was able to purchase smaller, more effective custom fire engines that can navigate to an emergency better — and safer, too.
The Doosan DL280-5 model includes several unique features, such as a new joystick for improved productivity and easier operation and an optional heavy-duty axle.
The LeeBoy 8520 asphalt paver’s augers, conveyors, and generator now run on separate circuits, allowing the operator to run multiple functions at one time.