Used compact and midsize passenger cars held their value better than pickups and cargo vans in April, and overall vehicle depreciation eased due to a strong spring selling season, according to Black Book.
Donlen has hired Greg Hawes as senior vice president of sales and client relations, the Bannockburn, Ill.-based fleet management company announced.
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Nearly 6,000 pedestrians lost their lives in crashes in 2016, which equates to 16% of all crash fatalities. That's a 46% increase in pedestrian fatalities since reaching their lowest point in 2009, according to a new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
A transportation and energy thought leader, mobility author, and data analyst will offer their insights during Geotab Connect 2018, a user conference and industry event hosted by the telematics provider.
When procuring replacement parts for their vehicles, more than two-thirds of commercial fleet managers surveyed by Automotive Fleet don't mandate factory parts and nearly three of four didn't identify a preferred brand.
Fleet Financials magazine is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Fleet Executive of the Year Award. The deadline for nominations is June 2. The award is sponsored by The CEI Group.
While at Eaton, Janet Horvath had global fleet responsibility to meet corporate cost reduction goals and sustainability initiatives.
Ginny Liddle, CAFM, corporate fleet administrator for Terracon Consultants, Inc., retired on May 3, 2018, culminating a 32-year career in fleet with 12 of those years at Terracon, which is headquartered in Olathe, Kan.
Fleet drivers can use this method to adjust side and rear-view mirrors so they reveal blind zones.
Wheels, Inc. will begin offering commercial fleet clients access to Uber for Business to allow drivers to utilize the ride-hailing service and centralizing billing of the trips.
The Federal Reserve voted unanimously to maintain the target range for the federal funds rate at 1.5% and 1.75% on Wednesday, but hinted at a possible rate hike in June with inflation creeping closer to its 2% goal.