Search Close Menu

Tag Search Result


Effort to Standardize ADAS Nomenclature Expands

The effort —  lead by AAA, the National Safety Council, Consumer Reports, JD Power, and SAE International — is intended to help educate consumers on the benefits, limitations and proper usage of these technologies by establishing standardized naming that is simple, specific, and based on system functionality.  

NSC, CellARide Launch Recall Notification Program

The National Safety Council (NSC) and CellARide have partnered to launch a vehicle recall concierge platform that enables drivers to identify and stay up to date on vehicle safety recalls via text message through CellARide’s proprietary platform, MyCarRecall.

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.

Council: Texting, Phones Behind 28% of Crashes

WASHINGTON, D.C. --- The National Safety Council estimates that at least 28 percent of all traffic crashes -- or at least 1.6 million crashes each year -- are caused by drivers using cell phones and texting.

National Safety Council Honors UPS

ORLANDO, FL --- The National Safety Council recently announced that United Parcel Service (UPS) has been awarded its 2009 President's Award during a banquet at the annual Congress & Expo.

Driver Falls Asleep, 2 Killed in Death Valley

FURNACE CREEK, CA --- Two French teenagers were killed and five other French citizens were injured Aug. 22 in California's Death Valley, when the driver of their rented van fell asleep and the vehicle veered off the highway and rolled over.

Safety Tips for Night Driving

Here are some night-driving safety tips, compiled by the National Safety Council, that you may want to pass along to your fleet drivers.