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Delaware DOT Pilots Electric Vehicles

The Delaware Department of Transportation has added two battery-electric vehicles to its fleet as part of a new pilot program to assess the sustainability, ease of use, and maintenance of these vehicles.

Delaware Offers $2.7M In Alt-Fuel Incentives

Delaware has launched its Clean Transportation Incentive Program (CTIP) to provide financial incentives for alternative-fuel vehicles and infrastructure, according to state officials.

States Ranked by Vehicle Repair Costs

CarMD has published its annual state-by-state ranking of repair bills that follow a check-engine light. Read our report to find out the states at the top and bottom of the list.

Delaware Fleet Administrator to Retire in Feb.

Terry Barton, fleet administrator for the State of Delaware, will be retiring in February 2014, ending a 44-year career in government. Barton was instrumental in centralizing vehicle ownership and changing the fleet organization into a model similar to a commercial leasing operation.

Bright Ideas to Improve Your Fleet

This compilation of “bright ideas” focuses on single ideas aimed to reduce costs, improve operations, improve customer service, and more. Fleet managers explain how they executed their plan, the challenges they faced, and the results they’ve seen or expect to achieve.

Newark, Del., Adds Hybrids to Fleet Using Grant

NEWARK, DE – The City of Newark, Del., added three Toyota Camry sedan hybrids to its fleet to reduce air pollution and “combat rising fuel costs.” The City purchased the vehicles as part of a regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) grant program.