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Categories: Electric, Green Fleet
Jersey City to Implement Expansive EV Fleet

Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced July 13 the city's plan to expand use of electric vehicles, including fully electric garbage trucks and police response...
Categories: Vehicle Research
Mack Defense Selects Hutchinson for Heavy Dump Trucks

Mack Defense has selected Hutchinson Industries Inc. as the provider of complete wheel assemblies, beadlocks, and thermal hub covers for the Mack Defense...
Categories: Operations
Canada Post Vehicles Targeted For Valuable Part

Thieves stole catalytic converters off of twenty vehicles.
Categories: Safety, Utility Fleet
North Dakota Electric Co-op Improves Bucket Truck Safety

The Cass County Electric Cooperative is increasing safety for bucket truck workers with the the new positive attachment lanyard from Terex.
Categories: Operations
Industry Survey Deadline Extended

Government Fleet is conducting its annual industry trends survey to learn more about public fleets. The deadline has been extended to August 2.
Categories: Police
Wash. City Transitioning to Hybrid Patrol Cars

The City of Tacoma, Wash., has bought 59 Ford Police Interceptor Utility hybrid patrol vehicles in a first step to transitioning the entire patrol fleet to...
Categories: Operations
Canadian City Considers Renting Out Fleet Vehicles

The City of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, is considering creating a car sharing program that will allow residents to rent city vehicles when they aren’t in use.
Categories: Operations, Procurement, Utility Fleet

The cost for utility fleets to buy a light-duty bucket truck has risen significantly in the past nine years, according to newly released data from Utilimarc.
Categories: Rental Operations, Vehicle Research
Fleet Sales Continue to Decline in June

Commercial fleet sales from nine manufacturers totaled 53,628 in June 2020, representing a 26% decrease when compared to the same time last year, though the...
Categories: Operations
New York City Mourns Fleet’s First COVID-19 Death

New York Fire Department auto mechanic James Villecco, 55, has died from the COVID-19 virus, and and many other city fleet staff and mechanics are battling...
Categories: Safety
Why Do USPS Delivery Trucks Keep Bursting Into Flames?

A new investigation by Motherboard, Vice’s long-form investigative arm, claims more than 400 U.S. Postal Service delivery trucks have been damaged or...
Categories: Autonomous Technology, Vehicle Research
Columbus Pilots Self-Driving Shuttle

The City of Columbus, Ohio, has launched the nation’s first public self-driving shuttle in a residential area.
Categories: Operations
Three Fleets Recognized for Operational Certifications

Three public fleets were recognized for their completion of the Certified Fleet Management Operation (CFMO) program.
Categories: Procurement
NYC Fleet Now 12% Younger Than in FY-2014

A combination of major fleet acquisitions and fleet reduction efforts have left New York City with a significantly younger fleet.
Categories: Electric, Equipment, Fuel Smarts, Green Fleet
ROUSH CleanTech Offers Fully Electric Ford F-650

ROUSH CleanTech will offer a Ford F-650 medium-duty truck that's powered solely by a battery-electric powertrain, the vehicle modifier announced.
Categories: Telematics
Derive Launches Telematics Product with Calibration Capabilities

Derive Systems has deployed an “active” telematics platform that can provide optimized calibrations based on real-time telematics data.
Categories: Upfitting, Vehicle Research
Nissan's Ultimate Service Titan XD Upfit

Nissan created a one-of-a-kind service truck: a mobile command center and first aid unit mounted on to its 2018 Titan XD.
Categories: Procurement
Neb. Municipality Adds 7 New Fire Engines, Ending Apparatus Crisis

The City of Lincoln, Neb., has added seven new fire engines for $3.5 million. They replace aged units that have high mileage and need frequent repair.
Categories: Safety, Safety & Compliance, Safety & Risk Management
Speeding Declines After Boston Reduces Limit

Speeding declined significantly in Boston, after the city lowered the limit to 25 miles per hour from 30 mph, according to new analysis from the Insurance...
Categories: Fuel
Memphis Adds Security to Fuel Pumps After Misuse

Although some of the City of Memphis' gas pumps automatically tracked fuel usage, others depended on manual logs, and not all manual logs were kept up to date.

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