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Fleet Safety Seminar Spotlight: A Safer Fleet Starts with Driver Care
Fleet Safety Seminar: Navigating Fleet Liability and Nuclear Verdicts
Fleet Safety Experience Announces Closing Keynote

Fleet Safety Experience Announces Closing Keynote

Together for Safer Roads joins Republic Services and the NYC Dept. of Citywide Administrative Services to share learnings from the Truck of the Future program and how it will enhance road safety.

July 15, 2021

NTSB to Deliver Opening Keynote for Fleet Safety Experience

NTSB to Deliver Opening Keynote for Fleet Safety Experience

In “Anatomy of a Crash,” Rob Molloy, highway safety director for the National Transportation Safety Board, will present data and analysis based on multiple investigations of medium- and heavy-duty truck crashes and discuss the NTSB’s investigative process.

July 1, 2021

NHTSA Launches Interactive, Searchable Recall Dashboard
NHTSA Seeks Accountability, Transparency on ADAS-Related Crashes
Ram 3500-5500 Trucks Recalled for Wheel Stud Issues
Shift Workers Three Times More Susceptible to Crashing
Geotab Challenges Fleets to Reduce Speed by 1%

Geotab Challenges Fleets to Reduce Speed by 1%

If targets are met, the telematics provider will donate $25,000 to Together for Safer Road’s Vision Zero Technology Fund that helps equip essential and not-for-profit fleets with safety technology.

May 18, 2021

Save the Date: Fleet Safety Experience Sept. 21-23
Florida’s Interstate-4 is Deadliest Highway in Nation
Fleet Safety Experience Seeks Speakers

Fleet Safety Experience Seeks Speakers

The organizers of the virtual Fleet Safety Experience are looking for speakers. Automotive Fleet, Work Truck and Heavy Duty Trucking are in the process of curating an educational program for this year's virtual counterpart to the Fleet Safety Conference.

April 19, 2021

Record Roadway Fatalities Prompt NSC to Challenge Biden Administration
Tiger Woods Crash Calls Attention to Speeding Problem
Sprinter Vans Recalled for Brake Pedal Concerns

Sprinter Vans Recalled for Brake Pedal Concerns

Approximately 56,564 model-year 2019-2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Freightliner Sprinter vehicles are being recalled because the retaining washer and bolt that connect the brake pedal to the bearing block, may come loose and detach.

March 29, 2021

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