Brian Straight

Brian
Straight
Managing Editor

Brian joined Fleet Owner in May 2008 after spending nearly 14 years as sports editor and then managing editor of several daily newspapers.  He and his staff  won more than two dozen major writing and editing awards. Responsible for editing, editorial production functions and deadlines.

Articles
Green Fleet of the Month: Fueling green 

Sometimes lost in the land of alternative fuels, biodiesel remains a viable, and productive, fuel for many fleets looking to reduce their environmental footprint and expand their business relationships through cleaner vehicle options.

That has been the case for Illinois- based G&D Integrated. The for-hire carrier switched to biodiesel several years ago when its fuel supplier, Ag-Land FS Inc., made a recommendation.

2016 Vehicle Graphics Awards

Thirty years ago, trucks and trailers rolled down American highways with their name on the side—if even that. Today, that is no longer the case as fleets of all sizes are taking advantage of that prime real estate on their vehicles. It doesn’t matter if the graphic incorporates the entire tractor-trailer, just a trailer or truck, or just a small portion of one side of the vehicle. The available space on a vehicle is an opportunity to advertise your products, services, or maybe even a public service message.

Green Fleet of the Year: NYC Fleet 

From the city that never sleeps comes sustainability that never rests. New York City, long one of the nation’s leaders when it comes to fleet sustainability efforts, is pushing the envelope on its green fleet efforts further than ever before.

The New York City Fleet (NYC Fleet), though, is not one operation. It is not a collection of refuse trucks that adopt natural gas fueling. It is not just a municipal police force running hybrid technologies. And it is not only a heavy-duty truck fleet filling up on biodiesel. It is all of these … and so much more.

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