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ARI Offers Support to Fleets for CSA 2010 Compliance

March 24, 2010

MT. LAUREL, NJ - Automotive Resources International (ARI), a leading global fleet solutions provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, announced consulting support, driver training and web-based resources for CSA 2010 compliance.

Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 is a major initiative of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) intended to assess and improve the safety performance of both carriers and drivers with the desired result being less crashes, fatalities, and injuries caused by commercial vehicles.

ARI is offering services that directly target CSA 2010 objectives:  increased contact with fleets and drivers, comprehensive data integration for identifying high risk fleets and drivers, and influencing driver behavior.  ARI receives support for some of its driver-based programs through its long-standing partnership with J. J. Keller, the most trusted provider of safety and regulatory compliance services and products in the transportation industry.

"We have a staff of specialized experts who will work with fleets to develop a comprehensive training, tracking and reporting solution that is aligned with their business model and meets their budgetary needs," said ARI Manager Licensing and Compliance, Tim Delaney. "Fleet managers who are waiting until CSA 2010 takes affect nationally are not thinking ahead.  Their drivers' behavior today will be measured come July, and companies could face financial burdens from the start."

Critical components delivered through the web-based ARI insights and ARI Driver insights systems help clients avoid fines and downtime due to low or unfit ratings, Delaney added.  They include targeted, proactive training and alerts related to accidents, Motor Vehicle Reports, violations, trip reports, inspections, and more. Client-specific consultation looks at the entire commercial fleet operation for improvement opportunities.

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