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More Fleets Making ADAS Tech Mandatory

More Fleets Making ADAS Tech Mandatory

The availability of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) is a growing influence on vehicle acquisition decisions, but fleets are recognizing the need to properly familiarize drivers on these safety functions before they hit the road.

January 8, 2020

Vehicle Complexity Increasing Fleet Repair Costs
Changing Fleet Driver Behavior to Create a Corporate Safety Culture
Safe Driving Increases Fuel Efficiency & Lowers GHG Emissions
CEI Group's Formula for Success

CEI Group's Formula for Success

Wayne and Claudia Smolda, the co-founders of The CEI Group, retired last November. While reaching the end of a 35-year journey, they reflect that it was the journey itself that matters the most to them. Here is the story of their journey

January 31, 2019

Asset- vs. Driver-Based Safety Programs

Asset- vs. Driver-Based Safety Programs

The two key pillars to fleet safety are spec’ing the asset to ensure a vehicle is safe and managing driver behavior. Both are effective safety strategies, but there are limitations and constraints to an asset-focused fleet safety program.

December 20, 2018

Commercial Fleet Accident Rate Reaches 20%

Commercial Fleet Accident Rate Reaches 20%

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.

May 25, 2018

CEI's New President/CEO on Leadership Change

CEI's New President/CEO on Leadership Change

CEI sees the fleet industry entering a transformative era fueled by OEMs, fleet management companies, and suppliers focusing on technology-driven innovation to drive better results for customers.

December 1, 2017

Interview: Why Element Purchased The CEI Group
Driving While Drowsy Is the Same as Being Intoxicated

Driving While Drowsy Is the Same as Being Intoxicated

If you are driving while fatigued, you are impaired. Just like alcohol, fatigue affects your ability to drive by slowing reaction time, decreasing awareness, and impairing judgment. If you are overly tired and driving, it is the same as being drunk behind the wheel.

October 1, 2006

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