Who are your 2 or 3 riskiest drivers? What are the riskiest driver behavior trends across your entire business? With video telematics you can identify dangers and coach drivers to be safer.
Germany is moving forward with vehicle-to-grid technologies, and the aim is for electric and autonomous vehicles to play a big role in the future.
I always look forward to Laura Jozwiak’s quarterly columns in FMW, and her latest, What’s Your Word? reminded me yet again why I find her so inspirational. I found this to be a most practical article about how to set meaningful goals. Like most of us I have many goals, but I am now carefully thinking about my “word.” I think I have it, but I am going to spend a little more time with it before I share it. What’s your word?
We are hearing that many fleets are making the decision to add electric vehicles to their fleets. A few weeks ago, we learned that all of New York City’s municipal vehicles will be fully electric by 2040 and we know that other fleets have similar plans. There’s only one “fly in the ointment,” says Mark Boada in his Fleet Spectator article The Shrinking Fuel Cost Advantage of All-Electric Vehicles.
NAFA has another compelling webinar coming up: The Use of Telematics Data in Motor Vehicle Accident Litigation. It looks like one you won't want to miss if you manage a fleet.
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Britain will ban the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from 2035, five years earlier than planned, in an attempt to reduce air pollution that could herald the end of over a century of reliance on the internal combustion engine.
The step amounts to a victory for electric cars that if copied globally could hit the wealth of oil producers, as well as transform the car industry and one of the icons of 20th Century capitalism: the automobile itself.
“We have to deal with our CO2 emissions,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said at a launch event for COP26 at London’s Science Museum on Tuesday. “As a country and as a society, as a planet, as a species, we must now act.”
The mayors of Paris, Madrid, Mexico City and Athens have said they plan to ban diesel vehicles from city centers by 2025. France is preparing to ban the sale of fossil fuel-powered cars by 2040.
Read the article at Reuters.