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ARI 2008 Compliance Seminar Series Emphasizes the Cost Effectiveness and Efficiency of Following Rules

June 09, 2008

MT. LAUREL, NJ – Automotive Resources International (ARI) recently completed its New England, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic Fleet Compliance Seminars focusing on the rules of behavior that govern fleet operations and the actions of fleet managers that lead to best practices and industry professional standards.

Hosted by ARI Area Manager Rich Hepp, scheduled topics included corporate fleet policy, government environmental regulations, risk management, negligent entrustment, records retention, and global issues.

"ARI's focus on compliance ensures that our customers' fleets stay legally and safely on the road, leverage the performance efficiencies and economies available through current industry best practices and the latest technologies, and remain strategically aligned with the goals of their companies," said Rick Deeck, ARI fleet solutions director.

The 2008 Compliance series continues with additional seminars scheduled through October in Omaha, Des Moines, Pittsburgh, Rochester, Atlanta, San Francisco, Seattle, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Central California.


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