FleetOwner Newsline - Dec 8th, 2023
FMCSA issues sexual assault enforcement notice
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December 8, 2023
Zero-emission fleet adoption is still theoretical for most. There are a lot of challenges ahead for the industry in 2024 and beyond. Are we focusing on the right ones?
Costs, the economy, labor shortages, and fraud were among fleets' most significant concerns in 2023, according to a new study on trucking operations.

Chevron is helping lower the lifecycle carbon intensity of today’s engines. We’re producing renewable fuels for trucking, automotive, aviation, marine, and rail. Meeting energy demands of transportation with fuel that’s affordable, reliable, and ever-cleaner. That’s energy in progress.

Veteran driver says she's been pushing regulators for 15 years to address "the very real issue we have in our industry." The FMCSA notice reiterates regulations that states must suspend CDLs of drivers who commit felonies, including sexual assault.

Steve Whaley, Director of Autogas Business Development for the Propane Education & Research Council talks about how after decades of reliably providing energy as a vehicle fuel, propane is now also reducing emissions as an EV charging solution.

This week in good trucking news: XPO, Fleet Advantage, and Navistar are some of the organizations participating in 'GivingTuesday' and supporting nonprofits.

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Forum Mobility's new charging depot in the Port of Long Beach could handle 200 electric Class 8 trucks per day in '24.
In Virginia and North Carolina, Sheetz offers high-flow diesel fuel and diesel exhaust fluid.

Register for Work Truck Week 2024 and join thousands of commercial vehicle industry professionals in Indianapolis to see the latest products from exhibitors, gain insights from educational sessions and connect with peers at special events.

A new ATRI report breaks down the types of predatory towing practices, how to identify predatory practices in billing, and ways to protect your fleet from predatory tows.
Four big industry names are in line to snap up more than 80 of the shuttered carrier’s properties around the country.