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GM’s Medium Duty Boasts Duramax/Allison

Duramax engine and Allison transmission will power Chevrolet’s all new medium duty commercial truck. GM has announced that Chevrolet’s all-new Class 4/5 commercial truck will be…

Ford Grows PACE Program

Ford is reducing the environmental footprint of its supply chain with an enhanced Partnership for A Cleaner Environment (PACE) program that has grown to more than…

NAFA Announces 2017-2018 Board of Directors

Four new Directors join nine Directors whose terms are continuing. The Board of Directors of NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA), operating under new bylaws and election…

Cadillac Debuts V2V Communication

V2V-equipped vehicles share information that can be used to alert drivers to upcoming potential hazards. The Cadillac CTS is set to introduce Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communication, a…

Toyota Sells 10 Millionth Hybrid

Toyota launched its first hybrid vehicle 20 years ago. Toyota has proudly announced that cumulative global hybrid vehicle sales have passed the 10 million mark as…

Fleet Maintenance: Shop Talk

How many mechanics do you really need? A common question amongst fleet managers is, “Do I have the right number of mechanics for my fleet?” Although…

GM and Honda Name Fuel Cell Leadership Team

Executives from both companies will tackle the challenge of manufacturing fuel cell technology. General Motors and Honda have announced the executive structure for their recently established…

Ford Invests in 3D Printing

New technology could help cut costs on certain projects. Ford is exploring how large-scale one-piece auto parts, like spoilers, could be printed, with a 3D printer,…

Toyota Introduces Safety 2.0

New platform expands sensor array and advances autonomous vehicle research.  The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) has displayed its 2.0 generation advanced safety research vehicle at the…

J.D. Power Names New SVP

Doug Betts joins J.D. Power as Senior Vice President, Global Automotive.  Veteran automotive and technology executive, Doug Betts, has been named senior vice president of global…

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Fleet Management in Canada

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As recent vehicle sales figures prove, the market is changing quickly. Electric vehicles, and electrified vehicles are making headlines as a growing number of manufacturers look beyond the traditional internal combustion engine. Whether an electric vehicle, or an electrified vehicle is right for your fleet is a matter that each fleet manager must assess independently, and it’s our goal to arm you with the insight and knowledge you need in order to make the right decision. Of course, managing a fleet of vehicles is a big job that requires an understanding of many different areas of the industry. This is why we bring you the entire automotive world in one information-packed publication, and with regular updates and news features online.

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