Mercedes-Benz is closing the affordability gap for fleet managers who want premium vehicles — and the enhanced driver safety, image, performance, technology, and resale value they provide — without breaking the budget.
In a world of growing connectivity, it is critical for fleet managers to stay one step ahead. That means taking a serious look at the technologies transforming every aspect of field service management (FSM).
FCA US is recalling roughly 4.8 million U.S. market vehicles due to a defect that could prevent the cruise control system from disengaging, according to a company press release.
The annual accident rate for commercial fleets is around 20%. Even with vehicle safety technology proliferating, traffic deaths are on the rise after years of decline. The culprit for the increase in fatalities is distracted driving.
The CEI Group’s northeast regional manager was elected to the board of directors of the National Private Truck Council (NPTC).
Off-lease vehicles from fleet consignors in the rental, commercial, and government sectors increased 2.3% in April from March and increased 5.8% from a year ago, according to analysis from KAR Auction Services.
The Fleet 500 list is sponsored in part by Verizon Connect and is broken down by size, including number of cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, and crossovers.
More than 50,000 crashes a year happen due to debris falling into traffic, so give these tips to your fleet drivers so they can avoid accidents and damage caused by road debris.
Debris in the road or from an unsecured load falling off another vehicle is a roadway hazard. In fact, a study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found 39,000 injuries and more than 500 deaths from those incidents between 2011 and 2014.
Car thefts are on the rise in Baltimore County and the surrounding region with 1,500 car thefts and 170 carjackings in the city of Baltimore so far this year.
Car thefts are on the rise in Baltimore County and the surrounding region with 1,500 car thefts and 170 carjackings in the city of Baltimore so far this year even though auto theft has declined in the city from a year ago.
Today, nearly three-quarters (73%) of American drivers report they would be too afraid to ride in a fully self-driving vehicle, up significantly from 63% in late 2017.