From Amazon To FedEx, The Delivery Truck Is Going Electric

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Pictured is a FedEx truck produced by BrightDrop, a General Motors company dedicated exclusively to electric delivery vehicles. FedEx was BrightDrop’s first customer. The delivery company has pledged to replace its entire pickup and delivery fleet with electric vehicles by 2040. General Motors

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Whether or not you want an electric vehicle in your driveway, you might soon spot one showing up on your curb.

All major delivery companies are starting to replace their gas-powered fleets with electric or low-emission vehicles, a switch that companies say will

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