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State-of-the-Art Fleet Technology: Future Tech

Autonomous vehicles, drone technology, and connected-vehicle systems are just a few concepts that are part of a wave of innovations that could change the way fleets do business.

General Motors CEO Mary Barra with a GM autonomous vehicle. Photo by Steve Fecht for GM.


Congress Sets Hearing on Self-Driving Car Regulations

Representatives from GM, Toyota, Volvo, Lyft and RAND are all scheduled to testify during a Feb. 14 hearing.


Safety Tip: Driving in Thick Fog

Here's advice from AAA and Ford on how to drive in heavy fog conditions.


Driving Dynamics Celebrates 30-Year Anniversary

Driving Dynamics Inc., a provider of advanced performance driver safety training and fleet risk management services, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, the company announced.

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Allstate Executive Elected Chairman of IIHS Board

Floyd M. Yager will serve as chairman of the board of directors for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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Ford Invests $1B Toward 2021 Autonomous Vehicle

Ford will invest $1 billion in Pittsburgh-based Argo AI, a startup focusing on artificial intelligence, to develop a software platform for a fully autonomous vehicle it plans to make available for ride hailing in 2021.


How to Drive in Dense Fog

Here's advice on how to drive safely in heavy fog conditions. Video courtesy of Ford Vehicles. For the full fleet safety tip, click here.

Study participants used a driving simulator within 48 hours of no longer feeling concussion symptoms. Photo courtesy of the University of Georgia College of Education's department of kinesiology.


A Concussion Can Hinder Driving After Symptoms Resolve

A new study from the University of Georgia raises concerns about the lingering effects of a concussion and how driving performance can suffer.


N.M. Weighs Restricting Alcohol Sales to DWI Convicts

A controversial New Mexico bill seeks to prohibit alcohol sales to people with a current driver's license requiring the use of an ignition interlock device. Previous attempts to pass such a law have failed. Video courtesy of KRQE News 13.

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Unfixed Vehicle Recalls Increase 34% Year-Over-Year

Currently, more than 63 million vehicles with open, unrepaired recalls are in use across the U.S., according to Carfax. People in California, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, and New York have the most vehicles with open recalls.

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