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Roger Weaver,  CAFM, CPFP, CPM,  assistant fleet manager for Riverside County, Calif., announced that he will retire from the fleet industry on Sept. 7, 2022. During his career, Weaver has worked in the fleet industry for 55 years, 21 in county fleet management and 34 at private fleets.

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Sunset of 3G: Impact on Fleets & ELDs

As mobile carriers get ready to phase out 3G for new 4G LTE technology over the next few years, fleets must plan ahead or risk serious communication disruptions.

Keeping Vehicles Connected After Verizon's 3G Shutdown

Commercial fleet managers are facing an end-of-year deadline to switch out their Verizon 3G hardware, as the carrier has announced plans to shut down its legacy cellular networks. Verizon Connect fleet customers have been given an extension.

How the Demise of AT&T's 2G Impacts Fleets

AT&T is in the process of discontinuing its use of 2G technology. This will impact fleets' use of GPS and telematics technology. What Fleet managers can do to keep operations running smoothly is shared.

AT&T Conserves Water, Fuel Through Fleet

AT&T has lowered its water and fuel usage, with a focus in drought-ridden California, by reducing its non-essential water use and continuing its expansion of alternative fuel adoption.

CNG Fills Up AT&T's Alt-Fuel Fleet

To meet a target of 15,000 alt-fuel vehicles by 2019, AT&T is replacing 8,000 of its fleet’s petroleum-powered service vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) models. This year, 1,850 service vehicles will be converted to CNG.

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