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Categories: Rental Software, Safety
LexisNexis Introduces Tool that Finds Correct Owners of Recalled Vehicles

Recall Clarity leverages billions of records from over ten thousand data sources to help recall customer outreach teams identify, locate, and contact the...
Categories: Safety, Utility Fleet

Driving Dynamics' senior driving instructor Carl Cormier will discuss new driver safety technology for fleets at a utility fleet conference Nov. 20.
Categories: Safety, Safety & Risk Management
Setting Mirrors to Eliminate Blind Zones

Fleet drivers can use this method to adjust side and rear-view mirrors so they reveal blind zones.
Categories: Drivers, Products, Safety, Safety & Compliance
Instructional Technologies, Netradyne Launch Automated Training Program

Instructional Technologies and Netradyne's new automated driver training program uses data from Netradyne's Driveri video program to make automatic course...
Categories: Safety, Safety & Compliance
New York City Transitions to Safer 'High Vision' Trucks

New York City's high-vision trucks minimize blind spots by lowering the height of the truck cab, using additional windows, and reducing the size and height...
Categories: Safety
Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid Captures Top Safety Pick+

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has bestowed its highest safety recognition on Subaru's new plug-in hybrid version of the Crosstrek wagon, the...
Categories: Safety
LeasePlan to Offer eDriving Driver Risk Management

LeasePlan USA will begin offering online driver training from eDriving to its fleet customers, the fleet management company announced.
Categories: Safety, Vehicle Research
Ford Ranger Recalled for Tail Lamp Issue

The Ford Motor Co. is recalling an estimated 78,264 model-year 2019 Ford Ranger midsize pickups for an electrical tail lamp defect.
Categories: Safety
Cable Industry Moves to Acquire Vehicle-to-Vehicle Spectrum

The Internet & Television Association has asked the Federal Communications Commission to open airwaves — known as the 5.9 gigahertz spectrum — that are...
Categories: Safety
Minivans Run the Gamut in New Crash Test

The Honda Odyssey, Chrysler Pacifica, and Toyota Sienna were put through the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's new passenger-side small overlap test.

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