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Honda Recalls Ridgeline Trucks for Wiring Harness

The recall covers more than 9,000 AWD pickup trucks in the 2017 model year.

Photo courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover.


Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque Recalled

The recall, which covers 220 2016 and 2017 SUVs, allows dealers to address a potential problem affecting vehicle handling.


Drunk Driving Deaths on the Rise

In 2016, an average of 28 people a day in the U.S. were killed in DUI accidents, according to federal estimates. But evolving technology holds promise in reversing this trend. Video courtesy of CBS News.

(l-r) Jan Carlson, chairman, chief executive and president of Autoliv, with Hakan Samuelsson, president and chief executive of Volvo Cars. Photo courtesy of Volvo.


Volvo, Autoliv Team to Develop Autonomous Driving Software

The joint venture, named Zenuity, will be based in Gothenburg, Sweden.


Safety Tip: Lane Markings Translated

Here's a quick review on what some common lane markings mean, provided by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.


What Lane Markings Mean

Here's a brief review of what some common lane markings mean for drivers. Video courtesy of For the full safety tip, click here.

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How to Effectively Back Up Using Rearview Cameras

Rearview cameras can reduce the blind spot zone behind a vehicle by approximately 90%. However, the technology doesn’t eliminate the need for drivers to turn around and look.



Rear View Safety Hires Account Executive

Eric Bauernfeind has joined the company as an account executive, focusing on commercial fleet and RV sales.


California Man Faces DUI Charge for Caffeine

Joseph Schwab, a 36-year-old California man, charged with a DUI for testing positive for caffeine is fighting to a have the case against him dropped.

Photo courtesy of IIHS.


New Year’s Day Is Deadliest for Drunk Driving Crashes

An IIHS analysis reveals that Jan. 1 sees an average of 70 lives lost in crashes where at least one driver, pedestrian, or bicyclist has a BAC of at least 0.08%.

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Help in Predicting Your Next Crash

How can you, a safety or risk manager in a company, predict which driver is going to have your fleet’s next accident? By yourself, you can’t. But by enlisting the aid of other road warriors, you can predict which drivers in your fleet are at high risk to have your next at-fault crash.

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