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Majority of U.K. fleets plan to go electric before 2030

After recently hosting our first Mobility Connect event in Barcelona, it is clear that the future of mobility will be connected and electric – with good reason. Not only are CO2 levels rising at a staggering pace, but the global dependence on fossil fuels continues to be a significant issue within the telematics and fleet

Going From Reactive to Proactive Fleet Safety

Road safety was the theme at the 2018 NETS Strength IN Numbers® Benchmark Conference this October in Frisco, Texas, which is part of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS), organization. Presenting at the conference in partnership with NETS, UPS and Geotab shed light on the hidden cost of reactive fleet management practices. Joe

Geotab Drive, ELD & MyGeotab Updates (1804)

Welcome to What’s New — a must-read summary of recent Geotab Drive and MyGeotab updates for Authorized Resellers and Geotab Users. Resellers: Review this post for important changes affecting your customers and note any recommendation actions. If you have suggestions for improvement, please leave a comment below. Geotab Users: To verify your version: go to

Geotab Celebrates 500 Blog Posts

Geotab is celebrating 500 blog posts. This article marks number 500 in a long line of posts on fleet safety, productivity, efficiency, compliance and much more. Our contributors are the Geotab employees themselves, sharing their expertise and knowledge.   In six years, the Geotab Blog has accumulated over 900,000 page views and more than 630,000

Are Heavy-Duty Trucks the Key to Solving Air Pollution?

For decades, the trucking industry has been working along with public and private partners to reduce emissions and increase fuel efficiency. In 2017, the Run on Less cross-country roadshow showed how fleets can save fuel and emissions by employing technology, plus driving and maintenance best practices. New research shows that heavy trucks may indeed be

Mexican Trucking Industry Undergoes New Regulations

There are two new major regulations underway in Mexico. One rule requires GPS on double-trailer trucks, while the other, similar to the Hours of Service (HOS) regulations in the U.S., sets the standards for driving time and breaks. Both regulations are an effort to tighten up road safety, with the Ministry of Communications and Transportation

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