Domino’s EV Fleet: The Worlds Largest Pizza Company Goes Electric


There’s an electric revolution happening at the world’s largest pizza company. A total of 800 Chevy Bolt EVs will be added to Domino’s EV fleet starting in 2023, making the company the largest electric pizza delivery fleet in the US. Clyde Boyce, Advisory Board Chairman, EV Chargers and Installation LLC, gives his analysis on why he believes this move to build out a Domino’s EV fleet is a step in the right direction for the company:

Clyde’s Thoughts

“I believe that the decision made by Domino’s to use electric vehicles for their fleet is a great idea. They’re known for their delivery. They’ve had some problems with third-party delivery companies in terms of the quality of the pizza when it’s delivered, and the timing of getting the pizza there in a reasonable amount of time.

They’ve done this for years and I think between the total cost of operations and fuel savings, this is a brilliant idea for not only Domino’s but for any last-mile delivery company and even bigger trucking companies who may be looking into EV fleets.

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