Smart Zones, powered by Coord’s technology, enable commercial drivers to use their mobile devices to locate nearby available loading zones and to hold, book, and pay for time in them.
The new generation of electric delivery vans are shaping up to be a practical, efficient, and clean alternative to diesel and internal combustion engine vehicles.
General Motors plans to bring production of its recently announced BrightDrop EV600 electric light commercial vehicle to its CAMI manufacturing plant in Ingersoll, Ontario.
Stellantis, the merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Groupe PSA, will “embrace electrification, connectivity, autonomous driving, and shared ownership,” the company said.
As more companies aim to minimize their carbon footprint and increase sustainability initiatives, work truck fleets turn to electric vehicles to get the job done.
An FAA ruling on drone flights removes the requirement to operate within line of sight, which had previously restricted the viability of drone use in the commercial sector.
The service, which was operating in Nashville as a pilot program, will end Jan. 31.
New Charging Forward Fleet report sheds light on key insights that are driving more fleets to electrify faster.
2020 was a banner year for electric vehicle SPACs with Nikola, Fisker, Lordstown Motors, Canoo, and XL Fleet Corp among companies going public via a reverse merger with a special-purpose acquisition company.
Run on Less 2021 will feature up to 10 Class 3 through 8 electric trucks, drivers, and charging infrastructure systems operating in vehicle-appropriate duty cycles in the United States and Canada.
Merchants Fleet has launched an innovative new vehicle electrification initiative, Electrify Fleet, which seeks to deploy new EVs in the commercial market, including through the introduction of the Lordstown Endurance all-electric commercial pickup truck for its clients.
U.S. cities are encouraged to take part in a new curb space management pilot to better manage commercial loading in their cities.