Educational Session Planned
for April’s Annual Meeting in St. Louis
Fleet managers intrigued by electric drive vehicles “can’t afford to bet on the wrong horse,” says the NAFA Fleet Management Association, promising an educational session titled Advanced and Emerging Vehicle Technologies to “point them in the right direction.”
The Monday morning session is one of 60 for fleets at the association’s annual meeting, the NAFA Institute & Expo taking place April 21-24 at America’s Center in St. Louis, Mo.
Advanced and Emerging Vehicle Technologies attendees will get an overview of battery, hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicle technologies for commercial applications, NAFA says. They will learn which technologies are likely to survive long-term, which applications show the most promise for the future, and get a run-down of available tools to justify advanced vehicle-technology items from a total cost-of-ownership perspective.
“This informative presentation seeks to separate science from fiction and notes which technologies will actually be there down the road,” NAFA says.
“The future looks bright with promise, but only if the technology meets the needs of fleet professionals,” said NAFA executive director Phillip Russo said in a release.
“This is a session fleet professionals will not want to miss.”
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