AmeriFleet is now offering comprehensive and secure document management services - at an affordable price.
It wasn't that many years ago that airbags and antilock brakes were considered "optional" equipment in cars, if they were available at all.
Now they're standard in every new vehicle sold in the US. And automakers have continued to leverage technological advances to vastly improve the safety features available.
So if you're in the market for a new car, these are the advanced safety features you should be looking for when you're considering your next vehicle.
Merchants Fleet Management announced that it will continue the growth of its sales team with two new Regional Sales Managers.
Quickly following on the recent announcement of its new North East Sales Region, Merchants will be adding a new Regional Sales Manager to the North East Region as well as one to its West Region.
The Department of Justice, the OEMs, and others are putting together working groups to develop best practices to ensure vehicle cybersecurity.
We often hear that the two most compelling concerns for today’s fleet management professionals are controlling costs and ensuring driver safety. In this week’s issue, we feature articles that talk to both of those subjects.
Shell’s Henry Miller has penned an enlightening article about fuel card fraud. With fuel often accounting for more than 20% of a fleet’s operating costs, getting your arms around how to improve fraud detection practices is a winning strategy.
In our interview with Celia Stokes, CEO of eDriving, she talks about the company’s unique approach to driver safety. We are familiar with FICO® scores for our credit rating, but eDriving has taken that a step further with FICO® scores for our driving habits.
As Ed Pierce notes in his monthly column, conference season is getting underway again. Now, the question is -- how do we turn trade show marketing efforts into sales?
Editor in Chief
Global automotive finance, leasing and fleet software provider, Sofico, will welcome 12 new staff during the first weeks of 2017, following a recruitment drive at the end of last year.
Gémar Hompes, Sofico Managing Director, said:” We’re proud that these new employees were convinced by our story and our vision and decided to join us to help turn this vision into reality."
A new study shows a lack of driving safety laws could help explain the surging number of people killed in accidents.
The report ranks driving safety laws nationwide. It found Rhode Island, Delaware, Washington state, Washington D.C., Louisiana and Oregon as the best states for driving -- with Rhode Island at the top of that list.
South Dakota, Wyoming, Arizona, Missouri and Montana are accused of having the worst record.
With protests continuing around the country in response to Pres. Donald Trump’s Executive Order on immigration and travel, the U.S. business community is being drawn into the fray, Ford Motor Co. among the latest companies to take a stand.
The second-largest domestic automaker issued a statement Monday morning cosigned by Chairman Bill Ford and CEO Mark Fields declaring, “Respect for all people is a core value of Ford Motor Company, and we are proud of the rich diversity of our company here at home and around the world. That is why we do not support this policy or any other that goes against our values as a company.”