Dodge regained its position among the top 10 reliable automotive brands among 2020 model vehicles, while Volkswagen and Audi saw sharp drops due to "troublesome redesigned vehicles," according to Consumer Reports closely-watched annual survey of automotive reliability.
Volvo Cars USA, Uber, and the Governors Highway Safety Association have joined forces to promote a shared mission of encouraging people to always use a seat belt.
Holman Enterprises has promoted ARI's Anthony Foursha to executive vice president of sales and service excellence with the fleet management company in a role that will carry more global duties.
Fleet registrations for several countries in Europe dropped significantly following the introduction of the WLTP in late 2018, but most have seen increases in the last several years.
Booster has begun gas routes in Seattle serving new customers such as Advanced Government Services, Century Link, and Monarch.
Mazda is introducing a new compact SUV its calling the CX-30 that will slot above the CX-3 and below the CX-5 in its lineup later this month at the Los Angeles auto show, the company announced.
Volkswagen of America will begin producing electrified vehicles in 2022 at a Tennessee plant that will be expanded with an $800 million investment, the automaker has announced.
Hyundai will begin production of its Santa Cruz compact pickup in 2021 at its Montgomery, Ala., manufacturing plant, the company has announced.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has recognized the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV with a Top Safety Pick award when outfitted with optional vehicle-to-vehicle front crash prevention.
Driving Dynamics' senior driving instructor Carl Cormier will discuss new driver safety technology for fleets at a utility fleet conference Nov. 20.
A more stable economy in Mexico is driving change in vehicle purchasing strategies. Fleets are becoming more focused on controlling costs which is also increasing interest in telematics services.
Injuries caused by a drowsy driver increased 30% in 2018 to 900 people compared to 677 in the prior year, reports CBS Denver.