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BMW, Daimler Merge Mobility Units

Daimler AG and the BMW Group have combined their mobility business units with the intent of offering an app-based platform of connected mobility services.

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Can Fleets Subscribe to a Vehicle?

For fleets, technology is enabling a more efficient way to use vehicles, increase utilization, and more precisely match the type of vehicle to usage.

What’s Your Future Fleet Strategy?

While large scale deployment of autonomous vehicles won’t happen anytime soon, it’s important for fleets to formulate their game plans now.

Toyota to Expand Joint Car Sharing Trial

In October, Park24 Co., Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corporation will expand the scope and scale of their joint car sharing service trial in central Tokyo.

What's New in Motor Pool Technology?

Mobile apps, more integration, better reporting, and heavy equipment sharing are some of the new and upcoming features of fleet car sharing solutions.

Toyota Tests Ultra-Compact EV Car Sharing in Japan

Starting in April, Park24 Co., Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corporation will trial a car sharing service in central Tokyo using the Toyota i-Road, an ultra-compact three-wheeled electric vehicle.

Using Car Sharing Services to Green Your Fleet

Car sharing can be an environmentally and financially responsible option for fleet managers. Car sharing services and vehicle sharing technologies can help increase fleet utilization while reducing both fleet size and environmental impact.

Car Sharing Solution Saves Euros for Dutch Utility

The Dutch utility Cogas introduced the corporate car sharing solution fleetster in August 2013 to manage a pool of nine cars.

Fleets Find Savings with Motor Pool Technology

Five fleets share their success stories in motor pool management; improvements range from reduced fleet size to enhanced customer service.

Automated Motor Pools Cut More than Just Frustration

Fully automatic systems put vehicles and the people who need them together without frustrating paper work, missed connections, and underused vehicles.