Monthly News Roundup—October

october-roundup

We know you are busy. So, we selected top fleet news from October surrounding tips and developments in the fleet industry for your convenience.


This month’s curated list of news stories includes:


  1. obd-ports

    Fleets warned to be wary of signing up to long-term telematics contracts

    You may want to think twice before signing that long-term telematic contract if it involves OBD-II ports. Read more


  2. hurricane

    Harvey & Irma: The fleet impact

    Fleet managers in Texas and Florida share how Hurricane Harvey and Irma affected their fleets. Make sure you are ready if a hurricane comes your way. Read more


  3. zero-emissions

    Oxford proposes banning diesel and petrol vehicles from city centre

    Achieving zero emissions in the city center is no small feat. See how Oxford is proposing to achieve this starting in 2020. Read more


  4. taxis

    D.C. partners with taxis to reduce fleet

    In an effort to cut costs and reduce fleet size, employees are hailing taxis on the district’s dime. Read more



Jessie Robinson

Content Marketing Specialist

Jessie Robinson is a Content Marketing Specialist at Fleetio, and is passionate about the future of green transportation technology. When she isn't writing, you can find her searching for the perfect fries.

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