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How Fleets Should Approach Airbag Recalls
Autonomous Vehicle Hurdles to Consider

Autonomous Vehicle Hurdles to Consider

Self-driving vehicles are the next frontier in automobile innovation and companies such as Google, Ford, GM, Tesla, and other OEMs are testing and perfecting their version.

April 4, 2016

Drowsy Driving on the Rise

Drowsy Driving on the Rise

A growing cause for concern, drowsy driving is a major safety threat. Fleet managers and drivers must recognize signs of fatigue or tiredness.

December 8, 2015

The Changing World of Fleet

The Changing World of Fleet

While sometimes challenging, there is no denying that the world of fleet management is changing. To be seen as the “best of the best” today requires dedication to the profession and a strong desire to raise the bar.

October 9, 2015

How to Share the Road with Motorcycles
Grappling With Glare

Grappling With Glare

Whether driving during a sunny day or a traffic-filled night filled with bright headlight, drivers can take a number of steps to both prevent glare from happening and manage glare on the road.

June 2, 2015

Creating a Recipe for Safe Driving

Creating a Recipe for Safe Driving

An average of 21 percent of fleet vehicles are involved in some form of crash each year. So, how can fleet managers implement their own recipe for safe driving an improve safety while lowering costs associated with accidents.

March 2, 2015

How to Avoid Theft and Break-Ins

How to Avoid Theft and Break-Ins

Fleet vehicles can be attractive targets for thieves. The good news is that some preparation and common-sense techniques can go a long way in deterring vehicle thefts and break-ins.

January 19, 2015

NHTSA Mandate Brings Rearview Cameras into View
What’s Driving the Recall Surge?

What’s Driving the Recall Surge?

In a Q&A with Automotive Fleet, analysts from financial advisory firm Stout Risius Ross provide insight into the ongoing surge in vehicle recalls.

July 29, 2014

Preventing Distracted Driving

Preventing Distracted Driving

For fleet managers, distractions can turn into millions of dollars in losses due to accidents and the ensuing injuries to drivers and damage to vehicles, as well as any other motorists involved.

June 2, 2014

The Seat Belt: Surviving Tests of Time and Safety

The Seat Belt: Surviving Tests of Time and Safety

Half a century ago, the U.S. Congress made a decision to adopt federal standards to reduce the number of motor vehicle casualties. Their beacon in this fight was a piece of simple, but effective equipment that would help protect motorists on the highways and byways of the country — the seat belt.

January 22, 2014

Internalizing Fleet Safety in an Open Road Environment

Internalizing Fleet Safety in an Open Road Environment

A full commitment to fleet safety is an industry-wide axiom. Unlike other company departments, the fleet workplace extends beyond the four walls of an organization’s headquarters, reaching public roads and civilian drivers.

July 31, 2013

State-Enforced Distraced Driving Laws on the Rise

Enforcing stricter distracted driving laws has become a top priority for states across the nation, as many are beginning to re-evaluate state crash data statistics and perform distracted driving studies.

November 18, 2010

Clarifying NHTSA's Updated 5-Star Safety Rating Program