Every so often, something comes along that completely changes the status quo. For businesses with a fleet, we believe EVs are just that. And our team of EV experts at GM Fleet is ready to show you how your business can benefit.
Electric vehicles aren’t just an exciting new technology; they have a lot of competitive advantages that can improve your business while saving you money. Our team has the experience and expertise to assess your unique circumstances and identify the aspects of your business that might benefit most from incorporating electric vehicles.
Investing in an EV can help your business save up to $2,068 a year in fuel and maintenance. Plus, your vehicles might be eligible for tax or utility incentives†
Depending on which state you live in, you could easily qualify for additional savings
GM Fleet is here to make adding EVs to your fleet simple. If you’ve got questions about charging infrastructure and installation, we’ve got a dedicated team of EV experts ready to provide guidance and recommendations on what makes the most sense for your business.
We want to make the switch to EVs an easy sell for you and your company. We’ve compiled useful information to help make the case why electric vehicles from General Motors Fleet can be an ideal solution for your business. Click below to download, share and succeed.
Questions about infrastructure, charging or range? Learn how easy it is to keep EV fleets running.
With a General Motors Fleet EV, you get both a vehicle and a provider that’s ready for the long haul.
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Each state’s incentive program is unique. Consult your tax professional to confirm any vehicle tax benefits for which you may be eligible. State incentive programs are not administered by General Motors. State government incentive programs subject to change or termination without notice.
Comparison based on a Chevrolet Bolt EV vs a Chevrolet Equinox. Assumption includes each vehicle driving 60 miles per day/22k miles per year with a gas price of $2.57 per gallon and electricity price of $0.13/kwh. Equinox combined fuel economy of 26 mpg as well as one level-2 charging station per vehicle. ICE Crossover Maintenance cost of $0.039/mi comprised of: Oil Changes, Air Filters, Spark Plugs, Tires, Brakes, Timing Chain (Source: Automotive Fleet Magazine 2018 Crossover Data). BEV Crossover Maintenance cost of $0.026/mi comprised of Tires and Brakes (Source: Automotive Fleet Magazine 2018 Crossover Data - Adjusted)