Ford Motor Co. is recalling an estimated 162 2018 Ford stripped chassis vehicles with 22.5-inch wheels and a 22,000-, 24,000- or 26,000-pound gross vehicle weight rating because the front-wheel studs were improperly heat treated.
American Traffic Solutions has rebranded itself as Verra Mobility Corp. to reflect the company's broader, global aspirations to become a smart mobility provider to help commercial fleets navigate toll, photo enforcement, parking fees, and other logistical challenges, the company has announced.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling approximately 550,000 2013 to 2016 Fusion midsize sedans and 2013 to 2014 Escape compact SUVs in North America because the bushing that attaches the shifter cable to the transmission may be degraded and detach from the transmission, which could result in a rollaway.
An audit of the way the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration handled the recall of vehicles equipped with faulty, and in some cases deadly, Takata air-bag inflators cites the agency for delayed action and poor oversight, which may have left dangerous vehicles operating on U.S. highways longer than necessary.
As regulators, public safety advocates and automakers grapple with how to create a federal legal framework for the deployment of autonomous vehicles, the nation's top auto safety official has said it's premature to regulate self-driving vehicles.
Merchants Fleet Management has hired Tracy Noel as its director of human resources, the Hooksett, N.H.-based fleet management company has announced.
Attending the annual event were 134 fleet professionals, including representatives from corporate fleets, fleet management companies, fleet dealers, and daily rental companies.
The Nissan Frontier underwent extensive testing to ensure its suitability for several fleet markets in South America.
Commercial, government, and fleet customers converged in the Warner Theater located in the District of Columbia for Ford's 2019-MY Fleet Preview. The event featured early looks at upcoming vehicles, as well as first-hand demonstrations of various vehicles.
Vehicle registrations for the true fleet market in Germany dipped slightly in June and fell 1.9% despite an upward trajectory in the total market.
A new survey of North American fleet executives has found that three in 10 fleets haven't get bought mandatory electronic logging devices, with many relying on grandfathered automatic onboard recording devices to track driver logs.
Volkswagen has gained approval from air regulators of the final modification plan for the remaining vehicles that contain software designed to defeat emissions tests, the California Air Resources Board has announced.