FleetOwner.com gets new look

Fleet Owner has revamped its web site (www.fleetowner.com), combining a user-friendly home page with easier navigation tools to help visitors find relevant information quickly, all while maintaining the same level of in-depth, industry-leading and award-winning coverage for which Fleet Owner is known. Perhaps the single biggest difference regular readers will see is the new navigation tabs near the

Fleet Owner has revamped its web site (www.fleetowner.com), combining a user-friendly home page with easier navigation tools to help visitors find relevant information quickly, all while maintaining the same level of in-depth, industry-leading and award-winning coverage for which Fleet Owner is known.

Perhaps the single biggest difference regular readers will see is the new navigation tabs near the top of the page.

The tabs lead to content pages that collect selected stories of interest under common themes. With just one click, visitors will find information on the latest in green technologies, fuel, driver issues, trucking regulations, fleet management, truck equipment and truck technology.

If you are unable to find what you are looking for, the search function remains easily accessible from any page on the site, providing access to nearly 20,000 archived stories and features with hundreds more being added each month.

The site includes the popular online Buyer's Guides and a resource section that includes access to email newsletter subscriptions, product information, RSS feeds and industry links.

Experts in fleet cost management, tires and idling solutions are available to answer your questions in our “Ask the Experts” section, and Executive Editor David Cullen and Senior Editor Sean Kilcarr provide industry insight with their blogs.

Also, the home page includes Executive Reports, a special section focusing on the issues most pressing for the industry, and the latest headlines from our sister publications, Bulk Transporter, Refrigerated Transporter and Trailer/Body Builders. For users looking for used equipment, there is a link to American Trucker (trucker.com).

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