The Nevada Centre for Advanced Mobility (Nevada CAM) and tech firm Nexar have today announced a strategic partnership that will create the first statewide vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) network in the US.
Nexar connects cars in the world’s largest open vehicle-to-vehicle network. The collaboration is designed to enhance safety on Nevada’s roads and highways, spur economic development and job creation, and introduce a series of smart transportation systems.
The latter will optimise infrastructure management, regional planning and inform policy throughout the state.
Two automotive industry leaders combine efforts to transform consumer mobility.
Cox Automotive, the same company that brings consumers Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book, announced a new joint venture with Holman Enterprises.
Both automotive companies are now shared owners of Flexdrive, a new mobility company that enables consumers to subscribe to a vehicle, rather than buying or leasing it.
How we handle our mistakes is critical, and we often agonize over them. We especially like this Forbes article, not because it's political, but because the author reminds us of how to expertly take responsibility and move on.
My advice to President Trump – as well as to anyone who has made a mistake (which includes all adults) — is to recall the words that Ronald Reagan used in closing to his TV address on Iran-Contra.
“Now, what should happen when you make a mistake is this: You take your knocks, you learn your lessons, and then you move on. That's the healthiest way to deal with a problem… You know, by the time you reach my age, you've made plenty of mistakes. And if you've lived your life properly — so, you learn. You put things in perspective. You pull your energies together. You change. You go forward.”
No tweets. No excuses. Accept responsibility. Make amends and move on.
PARS’ mobile app provides a host of benefits for customers and drivers - including real-time condition reports - and they are now seeing that over 90% of their orders take advantage of the app.
The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) is pleased to announce Consolidated Edison of New York (Con Edison) has joined the organization’s Board of Directors.
Con Edison’s fleet encompasses diverse functions, in diverse vehicles, in both urban and rural New York environments.
The company serves more than 3 million customers in an extremely populous 660 square miles making up the city of New York.
Driver lifecycle management allows you to assess risk and compliance from before the moment you hire a driver - as well as on an ongoing basis.
With ClearView Advance from WEX, you can turn insights into action - correcting and improving driver behaviors such as misspending on fuel cards.
By Susan A. Lund, President of MR3
Selling is a lot like driving. People have beliefs that shape their behavior. Some of those beliefs are false and take them off road.
What are beliefs? Beliefs are what we know to be true. When people have false beliefs, it prevents them from succeeding. There are two types of beliefs; true beliefs and false beliefs.
During the next few sessions, we will talk about several beliefs that can take you off road -- and how to adopt successful beliefs, true beliefs that will help you succeed.
When people drive and text, they believe that they won’t go off road.
Is that true or false? False!
When people text while driving it increases the risk of going off road, having an accident or even going in the ditch. The same applies for selling.