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Checking Out the L.A. Auto Show

While this Los Angeles Auto Show didn't feature any big truck reveals, there were plenty of updated and refreshed models on the show floor and a few new SUV announcements. READ MORE

Green Fleet Conference Proves it Knows Truck Fleets

The 2012 Green Fleet Conference, held in Schaumburg, Ill., was the biggest and most well-attended yet. And, it helped to prove that just because a fleet operates trucks, it can still easily be green and save green. READ MORE

The start of the Natchez-Trace scenic parkway. Source: Lauren Fletcher

On the Road: All-New 2013-MY Ram 1500

Work Truck magazine was invited to drive the all-new 2013 Ram 1500 in Nashville, Tenn., in early August. READ MORE

The Real-Deal on Diesel-Electric Hybrids

A recent report by Indiana University's (IU) School of Public and Environmental Affairs raised some eyebrows about the economic viability of medium-sized diesel-electric hybrid trucks. READ MORE

Tire Prices Rise… But Still Must be Purchased

Truck tire prices rise again, and again, and again. But, fleet vehicles won't roll on without them. READ MORE

Becoming 'Possibility Thinkers'

In the world of fleet, we all need to be "possibility thinkers" and imagine the "what if" scenarios. From the good, to the ugly, it can only help to prepare us for anything. READ MORE

Are Speed Limiters on Trucks Necessary?

A study was recently released by the FMCSA confirming that electronically governing and limiting the top speed of commercial trucks has clear safety benefits. But, is speed limiting truly the answer to the safety problem? READ MORE

Hitting the Road: The Work Truck Show 2012

The 2012 The Work Truck Show just ended in Indianapolis. I was at the show from day one to closing day and share some of my highlights from the event. READ MORE

On the Road Soon: 2012 The Work Truck Show

The 2012 NTEA Work Truck Show is going to be taking place next week and I can't tell you how excited I am to be hitting the road and heading to the show. READ MORE

2012 Medium-Duty Truck of Year? It's Anyone's Guess

I'm getting excited. We have one week left before balloting closes for our 2012 Medium-Duty Truck of the Year award, and the results are anyone's guess. READ MORE


Author Bio

Lauren Fletcher

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Lauren Fletcher has been covering the fleet industry since 2006 and is currently the Executive Editor of Work Truck Magazine. Over the past 10 years, Fletcher has written and edited for Automotive Fleet, Fleet Financials, Government Fleet, Green Fleet, Vehicle Remarketing, and Business Driver magazines. A hot rod enthusiast from a young age, Fletcher has a fascination with cars and a love of trucks, from the classics to the new releases.

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Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Verizon Connect will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Management And Leasing

Jack Firriolo from Merchants will answer your questions and challenges

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