The fleet of the future must be fit for unpredictable markets

Connected solutions will help fleets to navigate an increasingly volatile world, whilst electrification will help them to meet increasingly stringent regulations. By Xavier Boucherat

If there’s one thing trucking fleets want, it’s certainty in an age where the knowledge of what tomorrow might bring is in precious supply. The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Brexit, and impending US elections are just three examples of the forces at play which could make or break fleets, affecting everything from emissions regulations, to cross-border operations, to capacity and driver availability. Crystal balls remain outwith the abilities of truckmakers, but through use of connected technologies, the big players want to offer their customers better visibility of their vehicles than ever before, and the means to better understand their business.

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