Technology

If you’re among the 64 percent of Americans who own a smartphone – up from 35 percent in 2011, according to Pew Research – you hold in your hand a powerful tool to record great ideas, facilitate colla...
Step vans have become a popular vehicle option for utility fleets, offering distinct safety and productivity advantages over traditional service bodies. With a step van, the driver can quickly enter f...
In our increasingly shared economy, even some utility fleets are moving from “mine” to “ours.” This certainly makes sense. In addition to the fact that utility equipment and vehicles often are costly,...

Green Fleets

Unnecessary idling is still the bane of many utility fleets, and while not every fleet wants to turn off vehicle engines at job sites, some new and updated technologies are offering improved auxiliary...
What’s next for fleet telematics? Utility Fleet Professional talked to a few experts in the field to see where it is trending in the coming years. The conclusions? By 2020, better data analysis, broad...
Utility fleets are leading the way when it comes to the use of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles – a growing solution for operations that must work around the clock to provide vital services to the gen...

New Products

Utility trucks need stiff suspensions for stability on the job. Lineworkers pay for stiff suspensions with back pain and fatigue, and companies pay with lost productivity. The Bose Ride system solves ...
The mixed-fleet telematics standard from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) has received approval from ISO, the International...
Mattracks, the innovator in rubber track conversion systems, has produced a commercial-grade rubber track conversion system for utility work machines, which you can use to convert your tires to tracks...

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