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GMC U.S. Marketing Vice President Tony DiSalle unveils the 2013 GMC Acadia at the Chicago Auto Show Wednesday, February 8, 2012 in Chicago, Ill. (Photo by Tyler Mallory for GMC)

GM's 2013 GMC Acadia

General Motors unveiled its refreshed 2013-MY GMC Acadia and Acadia Denali at the Chicago Auto Show. The Acadia features a redesigned exterior, GM's first front-center airbag, and a number of infotainment features. The Acadia was introduced for the 2009 model year. Photos courtesy of GM.

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Nissan said it modified the U.S. version of the vehicle to make it somewhat larger, increasing its length by 7.9 inches over the NV200 models offered globally.

Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van

At the 2012 Chicago Auto Show, Nissan unveiled its new NV200 Compact Cargo Van, which the automaker said is designed for customers who want a smaller van for business use. The photos in this gallery show the van's exterior and interior, along with some of the features Nissan is offering for the two van models (S and SV).

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2012 Ram Cargo Van

Chrysler brought its 2012 Ram Cargo Van to one of its dealerships in Los Angeles to give media the chance to check out the new vehicle and drive it. Following are images of the new van. Photos by Greg Basich.

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This was a neat, old toy truck at one of the vendors, who was kind enough to let me snap a photo.

Mooneyes Hotrod Xmas Party 2011

The annual Mooneyes Xmas Party, hot rod show, and drag races took place at the Toyota Motor Speedway in Irwindale, Calif. Work Truck magazine's Managing Editor Lauren Fletcher attended the show and took some photos of some great trucks for all of our truck lovers out there!

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Chesapeake's Natural Gas-Fueled Vehicles

Cheseapeake Energy Corp. has a goal of converting its entire fleet of 4,500 light-duty vehicles (which the company expects to grow to 5,000 vehicles in the future) to run on natural gas. The following gallery shows a selection of vehicles from the company's fleet.

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2011 NTEA Work Truck Show

Work Truck magazine attended the 2011 NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

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Freightliner Ride & Drive Event, Las Vegas

Work Truck magazine's Managing Editor Lauren Fletcher attended Freightliner's ride and drive event in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 19.

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In 1963, Ed (center) accepts a plaque from Howard Pyle, president of the National Safety Council. The award is given to a publication for outstanding coverage in the field of safety.  Looking on is Roy Wiley, AF's executive editor.

The Many Faces of Ed Bobit

Founder of Bobit Business Media (originally called Bobit Publishing) and Automotive Fleet Magazine, Ed Bobit has been a leader in fleet for 50 years, since the company's humble beginnings in Illinois in 1961. Through the years, Ed has always maintained a personal presence in the fleet industry and in the pages of Automotive Fleet. Here are some photos and quips from the master himself.

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Fleet Faq Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Todd Ewing from Fleetmatics will answer your questions and challenges

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Fleet Management And Leasing

Merchants Experts will answer your questions and challenges

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