Are EVs right for you? There's a tool for that – with Geotab

Are EVs right for you? There’s a tool for that – with Geotab

Everyone is talking about EVs, so getting caught up in the hype is easy. The problem is, EVs aren’t yet suitable for every use case, and jumping into electrifying your fleet with eyes closed can have severe consequences. There’s so much to think about: What are your routes? What infrastructure do you need? How much range do you need? The list goes on. Get the answer to any of these questions wrong and you might dig an electrified hole that isn’t easy to escape.

Fear not, though – there is help to be had. Geotab’s EV Suitability Assessment Tool is a great place to start the journey. To walk us through how it works and learn about saving money via the Inflation Reduction Act, we invite Charlotte Argue, senior manager of Sustainable Mobility at Geotab, onto the show.

This is an audio-only version of our episode with Charlotte Argue, senior manager of Sustainable Mobility at Geotab. Go ahead, you’re already here – take a listen! But if you’re looking for moving pictures, click here.

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