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Top Safety Pick Recognition Goes to Audi A4 Allroad
GHSA, Not-for-Profit Award $130K to States to Combat Impaired Driving
Survey: Over 50% of Drivers Anxious About Other Drivers’ Behaviors
Ensuring the Uptime of Your Professional Services Fleet

Ensuring the Uptime of Your Professional Services Fleet

Every link in the supply chain presents an added risk of downtime—something fleets cannot afford. Discover how your tire choices can contribute to or protect against that risk and start maximizing uptime today.

June 24, 2022

Mitigate Compliance Concerns With Third Party Experts
New NHTSA Data Shows ADAS Connected to Hundreds of Collisions
Speeding, Risky Driving Prompted by Pandemic Remains a Reality
Recall News: Ford Motor Company, Stellantis
California Has the Most Vehicles with Unfixed Safety Recalls
Jeep, VW Earn IIHS Safety Awards

Jeep, VW Earn IIHS Safety Awards

The 2022 Jeep Compass gets a Top Safety Pick award. Meanwhile, two VW cars earn a Top Safety Pick+ and a Top Safety Pick award, respectively.

June 17, 2022

Pilot Project Succeeds at Curbing Speeding

Pilot Project Succeeds at Curbing Speeding

A trial anti-speeding project used a combination of tactics — enforcement, engineering, and public outreach — to reduce speeding on a rural road in Maryland.

June 16, 2022

Inexperienced Drivers Expected to Up Risk of Crashes this Summer
Ford Issues Delivery Hold on Mustang Mach-E, Safety Recall Issued
Reduce Distracted Driving: 5 Tips for a More Productive, Safer Fleet

Reduce Distracted Driving: 5 Tips for a More Productive, Safer Fleet

It’s no secret that distracted driving is a massive, persistent challenge for service fleets. Recent studies show that distracted driving maintains its title as being both incredibly common and incredibly risky. In this eBook, you will discover solutions for how to change driver behavior and reduce overall fleet risk.

June 15, 2022

Initiative to Develop 'Direct Vision' Ratings for Large-Vehicle Blindspots

Initiative to Develop 'Direct Vision' Ratings for Large-Vehicle Blindspots

Currently, few commercial trucks available in the U.S. provide direct vision, the organization said, “despite estimates that one-quarter of the more than 500 pedestrian and bicyclist deaths each year that involve large trucks traveling at low speeds could be prevented by direct-vision cabs.”

June 13, 2022

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