Whether it’s reducing reliance on traditional fuels or cutting harmful emissions, public agencies are meeting their sustainability goals through various methods.
A new natural gas vehicle technology aims to lower the cost of adopting compressed natural gas.
You’ve heard about renewable diesel and renewable natural gas. What about renewable propane?
Cost and inventory are among the factors in deciding whether a fleet should own its tools or provide an allowance for technicians to purchase their own.
Here are some benefits and drawbacks to providing tools for technicians instead of providing a tool allowance.
Whether you provide a set of tools for technicians or offer a tool allowance, it's important that technicians have the right tools. Here's what technicians keep handy.
New York City is redefining the role of fleet, with programs that encourage rental for short-term use and intermittent projects instead of permanent assigned vehicles.
Applications are now open for the Leading Fleets award, which recognizes the best government fleet operations in the U.S. and Canada. Here’s why you should apply.
Employee crimes and negligent entrustment are two areas where fleet management organizations face great risks.
Westward Industries unveiled the GO4 EXT Hydraulic Refuse Hauler, offering 1,000 lbs. of payload capacity along with a 1.75-cubic-yard-capacity poly bin hydraulic hopper.
Case Construction’s TV450 compact track loader, with 4,500 lbs. operating capacity at 50% tipping load and 9,188 lbs. of breakout force, is geared toward larger public sector applications.