A new $3.4 million trial will help support growing adoption of electric vehicles across Australia while reducing infrastructure upgrade costs.
Mazda Australia has announced a safety issue with the BT-50 series ute, available for sale nationally.
New charging technology will drive Queensland's EV uptake plans.
An electrical contracting business located in Dural has opted to add a mini excavator to its fleet.
Electric vehicles are key to reducing greenhouse gases and delivering clean, sustainable transport systems.
ABB has launched its latest EV charging solution, Terra HP, at Hannover Messe.
Verizon has rebranded its connected vehicle portfolio, including Verizon Telematics, Fleetmatics and Telogis, as Verizon Connect.
Around 500 private and fleet vehicles in Queensland will be retrofitted with devices that enable vehicles to talk to vehicles, infrastructure, road operations systems and cloud-based data sharing systems.
Renault's Kangoo Maxi diesel auto features 4.0 m3 load space and comes with standard, wide-opening rear barn doors and a sliding side door on each side.
Teletrac Navman has released new research which the company says shows that electronic work diary (EWD) use will triple within the next 12 months. As legislation allows transport operators to replace paper logbooks with EWDs, it's likely the technology will grow exponentially in 2017.
Australian businesses are being urged to sharpen their focus on their environmental footprint in the lead-up to Earth Hour's tenth birthday, taking place on 25 March. For any organisation operating a fleet of vehicles, driving inefficiency out of their business at every given opportunity, in order to 'go green', is a challenge.
Hino Motor Sales Australia has announced a recall on the Hino 300 Series trucks.
The MY 17 Isuzu D-Max ute has been awarded five safety stars under the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) scheme.
Fire & Rescue NSW (F&RNSW) is the seventh largest urban fire service in the world, with over 6800 firefighters serving at 339 fire stations across the state. When dealing with life or death emergencies spanning over 800,000 square kilometres, efficient operation is essential, ensuring that emergency services reach callouts quickly and arrive with the necessary equipment.
Toyota Fleet Management (TFM) has launched a new telematics system it says will promote safer driving practices, optimise the use of fleet assets and make life easier for busy fleet managers.