It looks like “an aerodynamic white box” on wheels, according to Fast Company.
That’s a fair description. But it’s really a new type of vehicle being tested by Swedish start-up Einride and it could soon disrupt the transportation industry.
It’s called the “T-Pod”. It has no seats, no windows…and no driver. It is self-driving. It can also be controlled remotely, runs entirely on electricity and can go as far as 124 miles while hauling up to 20 tons of freight before needing another charge. Oh, and it’s quiet and pollution-free.
If you are seeking a promotion this year, consider these three things that are common to those who get promoted.
1. They go beyond meeting the qualifications.
Obviously, if you don’t meet the minimum eligibility requirements, you won’t even be considered for a promotion. But just meeting them is not enough. Why? Because there are typically countless others who can tick the boxes next to each of the job requirements.
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Donlen announces that Beth Wills, director of Fleet Administrative Services at Donlen, will be one of the subject matter experts presenting at the Using Data to Enhance Fleet Policies session.
The session will be held at the 2017 NAFA I&E in Tampa, Florida on Tuesday, April 25 at 10:30 a.m. EDT.
The 2017 NAFA I&E offers fleet professionals a full week of high quality fleet management education sessions, which are current and relevant to their success.
Peggy Riggs often warned her children, including 20-year-old son David, about the dangers of texting and driving. In turn, David encouraged his friends never to engage in the practice.
But that message did not get through to the driver who killed David Riggs until it was too late.
In 2013, David was heading home on his scooter in Minnesota when a teenager in a Honda Civic slammed into him. The teen was distracted by texting on his iPhone, according to a lawsuit filed by Craig Riggs, David’s father.
Whether it’s high maintenance spend, negative driver behaviors, or undesirable fuel economy, smart technology from ARI can help you identify troubling outliers in your fleet.
In over a century and a half, Knapheide has evolved from a wagon builder to one of the premier providers of work truck solutions.