Electric vehicles like Tesla’s zero-emission tractor-trailer have gotten a lot of publicity in recent months for their potentially game-changing economics and climate friendliness. Read More
April 22 is Earth Day—which makes it a great time to assess how your fleet can become more eco-friendly. Read More
As the snow begins to fall in many parts of the country, it’s important for small business owners who operate company vehicles to be aware of the potential winter driving risks for fleets that can cause accidents and costly repairs. Read More
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Northeast US Supply Chain Woes Continue
The global supply chain is under pressure. Ongoing labor shortages, pandemic-era restrictions, raw material disruptions, and more are creating havoc for companies trying to move goods around the world. The US Northeast is feeling the brunt of these problems, as its ports and transportation infrastructure are already strained. Read More
GPS tracking and monitoring devices are being used to track people, pets, and even phones. They can provide information about a vehicle or equipment’s use and movements. So how is GPS technology being used to simplify agriculture and farming?
What is Final Mile Delivery?
Many of us take full advantage of delivery services that fulfill our product orders without really thinking about how the packages finally end at our doorways. Final mile delivery, which is also known as last-mile delivery, is essentially the last step or leg of a product’s trip and comprises the movement of goods from a transportation hub to a final destination at which point the goods are finally delivered to the end customer. Read More
Lawn Care for Atlanta Braves Truist Park
A lot of work and preparation goes into the maintenance and care of a Major League Baseball field. For one thing, the stadiums are massive. Take Truist Park, home of the reigning World Series champion Atlanta Braves, for example. The deepest point from home plate goes all the way out to 402 feet. Other parts of the field go beyond 300 feet. This doesn’t even take into account all the grass behind home plate, in front of each dugout, and along the foul line. Read More
The Longest Road In The World Spans 18 Countries
The longest road in the world, according to Guinness World Records, is the Pan-American Highway, which runs 19,000 miles through fourteen countries and connects to four more between North America and South America. Although there is a connection between both continents, due to the Darién Gap, the road is not driveable without an all-terrain vehicle. Therefore, this area is typically navigated by sea. The Darién Gap is a 100km gap between Panama and Columbia.