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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van Presentation

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Introduction to DriveCam Powered by Lytx

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Tire Pressure Monitoring Made Simple

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What the Different Traffic Lane Markings Mean

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Ford Tortures the All-New F-150

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Changing Lanes Safely

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The Cost of Distracted Driving

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Keeping Your Focus on the Road

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High Winds Tip Over Trucks in Idaho

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Driving Notes

Stephane Babcock
2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 Van

By Stephane Babcock
The 2014 Sprinter features a 2.1L four-cylinder BlueTEC diesel engine as standard equipment, which quickly picked up to highway speeds as soon as I made my way onto Southern California's San Diego (405) Freeway.

2014 BMW 328d xDrive Sedan

By Chris Wolski

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Market Trends

Mike Antich
The Curse of Running a Well-Managed Fleet

By Mike Antich
A fleet manager’s capabilities and expertise can be easily overlooked by executive management, especially when a fleet is well run. When fleet runs smoothly, it tends not to be on the radar of senior management, who, often, are not aware of the required behind-the-scenes expertise. However, the biggest curse to running a well-run fleet is that it sometimes breeds complacency. Here's how to avoid it.

OTD Concerns Due to Surge of Oil Shipped by Rail

By Mike Antich

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Coach's Blog

Ed Bobit
Sometimes, a Mystery is Nothing More than an Enigma

By Ed Bobit
In late February, virtually every member of the NAFA office staff received a new or additional assignment and a new title to go with it. All to meet the goals of their "very aggressive strategic plans" (no specifics identified).

The Shortest Distance from Point 'A' to Point 'B'

By Ed Bobit

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