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450 Roadway Deaths Estimated for Memorial Day Weekend
New Certification Test Aims to Advance Skills for ADAS Repairs

New Certification Test Aims to Advance Skills for ADAS Repairs

ADAS features are increasingly optional or standard even in mainstream vehicles, yet repairing those systems when they malfunction after a crash requires a unique skillset. A new certification test for technicians to qualify them to diagnose, service, and calibrate ADAS.

May 20, 2022

Over Half of Mid-Size SUVs Capture Good Rating in Side-Impact Test
Mississippi Has the Most Springtime Traffic Fatalities in the Nation
2021 Crash Fatalities Hit 16-Year High
U.S. Ranks Third as Most Dangerous Country to Drive

U.S. Ranks Third as Most Dangerous Country to Drive

Zutobi’s annual analysis ranks countries for dangerous driving based on factors like speed limits, seat belt compliance, blood alcohol concentration limits for drivers, and road traffic death rates.

May 17, 2022

Vision Zero Fleet Forum Virtual Conference Kicks Off May 18

Vision Zero Fleet Forum Virtual Conference Kicks Off May 18

Together for Safer Roads is holding its annual Vision Zero Fleet Forum conference virtually this week, bringing together road safety experts in a critical event for fleet operators looking to reduce collisions and improve safety.

May 16, 2022

New Mexico Worst State for Distracted Driving
Triple Safety Award Win for Toyota’s 2022 Small SUVs
Subaru Forester Snags Top Safety Pick+ Award
Toyota Recalls 2022 Tundra Vehicles

Toyota Recalls 2022 Tundra Vehicles

The parking assist electronic control unit (ECU) software may prevent transmission of the rearview camera signal during cold weather.

May 9, 2022

Colorado Senate Pushes Hands-Free Legislation Forward
Driver Monitoring System Reduces Inattention, Drowsiness by 20% on Highways
Survey: 86% of Americans Back Hands-Free Law

Survey: 86% of Americans Back Hands-Free Law

Data from Nationwide reveals that drivers are distracted by their phone up to nine times during a typical 20-mile commute. Most drivers surveyed want to see hands-free legislation enacted.

April 28, 2022

Lytx Report Identifies Positive and Negative Trends in Driver Behavior
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