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Volvo Introduces All-New S80 Sedan
Texting While Driving: A Major No-No!

Texting While Driving: A Major No-No!

Texting while driving, one of the latest forms of driver distraction, poses significant accident risks and has gained the attention of lawmakers developing anti-texting laws.

January 15, 2009

Ford & Smith Collaborate on All-Electric Vehicles

Ford & Smith Collaborate on All-Electric Vehicles

Ford and UK-based Smith Electric Vehicles have launched two vehicles based on a Ford chassis. A zero-emissions light-duty van and medium-duty truck are expected to begin U.S. manufacturing by the end of 2008.

November 1, 2008

Chrysler 2009-MY Fleet Preview

Chrysler’s 2009-MY Fleet Preview included a ride-and-drive on the back roads of Colorado. The event drew nearly 500 attendees.

October 1, 2008

Portrait Of A Public Sector Fleet: Complexity & Diversity

The 20-member fleet operations staff at the City of Cape Coral, Fla., service and repair a diverse array of vehicles and pieces of equipment. This photo essay depicts the range and complexity of the nearly 1,800-unit fleet and illustrates the complexity of many public sector fleets.

May 1, 2008

AAMCO Now Offers Flex-Fuel Conversion Kit for Fleets

AAMCO Now Offers Flex-Fuel Conversion Kit for Fleets

AAMCO, a nationwide transmission and automotive service chain, has partnered with Flex Fuel U.S. to launch a “green” fleet operation to save fleets money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

April 1, 2008

The NTEA Revs Up for The Work Truck Show 2008

The NTEA Revs Up for The Work Truck Show 2008

The National Truck Equipment Association’s annual convention is a ‘one-stop’ marketplace for industry professionals seeking all aspects of work truck equipment, solutions, and training.

March 1, 2008

Ford's Fleet Advisory Board Meeting Showcases Technologies & Product
The City of Fayetteville Converts to Biodiesel

The City of Fayetteville Converts to Biodiesel

After several years in the making, the City of Fayetteville, Ark.’s attempts to convert its diesel-powered vehicles to biodiesel have become a reality. Last June, out of 545 fleet vehicles, 52 percent were converted to biodiesel.

January 1, 2008

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