Distribution operations looking to ease their way into the electric vehicle (EV) realm, increasingly can do so through leasing, as more and more leasing companies are adding the zero-emissions trucks into their portfolios of offerings for their delivery fleet customers.
This year, electric technology dominates the 2023 new truck releases. But there’s also quite a bit of innovation happening in more traditionally fueled vehicles like diesel- and gasoline-powered trucks. Natural gas also makes a bit of a comeback this year with some new engine announcements.
Net-zero emissions is the name of the game, at least that’s the ideal that most engine manufacturers hope to achieve at some point by the middle of this century. For now, they’re all making incremental improvements to ensure that their systems run cleaner, greener and leaner.
This year, electric technology dominates the 2022 new truck releases. The report also provides updates for more traditionally fueled vehicles ― which still make up the vast majority of delivery trucks on the road.
As we embark on the 30th anniversary of the Federal Highway Administration’s Value Pricing Pilot Program (VPPP), fleet managers are looking at whether they can save time and money by applying congestion pricing strategies.