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Ford Recalls F-150 and 3 Other Models for Seats

The recall, tied to defective attaching bolts, covers more than 94,000 Ford F-150, E-Series, Escape and Lincoln MKC vehicles in the U.S.  

A handful of FSC attendees were selected to find the above IEDs, which were hidden on two vehicles. Photos: Jim Park

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TSA Demonstrates Vehicle Explosives Detection

A team of experts from the Transportation Security Administration offered both classroom and hands-on presentations on improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at this year’s Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, Illinois.

The recall covers more than 40,000 GM cars and trucks. Photo courtesy of GM.

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GM Recalls Multiple Models for Air Bags, Seat Belts

A software update that was part of a previous recall might have been incomplete, affecting more than 40,000 cars and trucks.

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Safety Board Calls for More Speed Cameras

A new report from the National Transportation Safety Board recommends a number of policy actions to prevent speeding -– a major cause of road deaths.

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How Point-to-Point Speed Cameras Work

The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending that states consider the use of point-to-point speed camera systems for speed-limit enforcement -- a road safety technology that Australia has begun to embrace. Video courtesy of Today Perth News/Time News via YouTube.

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Speeding Fuels Deadly Crashes

From 2005 through 2014, crashes involving a speeding passenger vehicle resulted in 112,580 fatalities in the U.S. Nearly the same number of people -- 112,948 -- died in alcohol-involved crashes during the same period, according to research from the National Transportation Safety Board. Video courtesy of CBS This Morning. Click here for the full story.

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Geotab Adds Nauto's Distracted Driving Platform to Marketplace

Geotab has added Nauto's artificial intelligence-powered fleet safety video system to the Geotab Marketplace, where customers can now access Nauto's driver distraction detection abilities and other features.

Photo courtesy of GM.

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GM to Launch Collision Certification Program

Set to debut in early 2018, the program will establish a comprehensive set of standards for collision repair of GM vehicles.

(l. to r.) Mike Antich, editor of Automotive Fleet; Joe Rader; and Pam Sederholm, executive director of AALA. Photo by Andy Lundin.

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Fisher Auto Parts' Rader Wins Fleet Safety Award

Fisher Auto Parts vice president of risk services Joe Rader was named the winner of the 2017 Fleet Safety award during a July 25 ceremony at the Fleet Safety Conference.

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Accuscore Offers Driver Scorecard Pilot

Accuscore, provider of the most accurate and risk predictive driver scoring technology for fleets and commercial insurers, is offering a fully hosted pilot experience, enabling the ability to evaluate the advantages of more accurate risk scoring, according to the company.

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This 14 page whitepaper examines the deadly practice of driving while using a mobile device and the impact such behavior can have on a fleet’s liability. It also addresses innovative solutions that are being developed in response to the growing problem.


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