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Commercial fleets seeking to reduce distracted driving and the associated risks are requesting more semi-autonomous features with leased vehicles such as forward braking, as well as other safety aides such as backup cameras, Bluetooth, and adaptive headlights.

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How Fleets Inadvertently Violate Privacy Laws

There are more than 3,000 federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting unauthorized dissemination or access to employee personally identifiable information (PII). However, employee privacy is sometimes inadvertently compromised by fleets. The reason this occurs is because the PII that was electronically captured by the out-of-service fleet vehicle is not deleted.

Jaguar Adds Bluetooth Item Tracking

Jaguar Land Rover has added a mobile app to its infotainment system that allows users to track tagged items with Bluetooth devices known as tiles, the automaker has announced.

Technology Problems Lowering Vehicle Owner Satisfaction

Technology problems involving infotainment, navigation, and communication systems continue to affect vehicle reliability, as increasingly reported problems again lowered overall scores in J.D. Power's 2016 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study.

Toyota Offers Bluetooth System on 15 Models

TORRANCE, Calif. --- Toyota Motor Sales (TMS) U.S.A. Inc. currently offers integrated Bluetooth hands-free wireless systems in 15 models and will make it available on the all-new 2009 Venza when it goes on sale this fall.

Motorola Redefines Driving Experience with Smart Rider

LAS VEGAS – Motorola, Inc. announced the debut of the Motorola Smart Rider phone, an in-vehicle solution featuring GPS navigation, interactive voice activation, Bluetooth wireless technology, and exceptional audio quality.