Driving Dynamics Celebrates 30 Years of Excellence Committed to Fleet Driver Safety
“This is a very exciting time for Driving Dynamics. The company has a rich and solid history of integrity and commitment to delivering the highest quality driver safety training programs. It is this foundation that’s positioned Driving Dynamics to look to the future, evolve as an organization, offer new and innovative solutions and reach expanded audiences,” said Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics president.
Fresh off another victory for the new Chevrolet Bolt EV – which was named the car of the year by syndicated TV show Motor Week – General Motors is exploring options for adding still more battery-electric models to its line-up.
The electric crossover has garnered a series of awards since its launch late last year, including North American Car of the Year.
For the commute-weary driver, autonomous technology represents a sexy splurge, but not for fleet operations, full autonomy represents the singular business imperative of the 21st century.
But while autonomous cars may be provocative, autonomous trucks are practical―and promise to be radically transformative for an industry struggling to balance hiring demands with liability, labor and safety regulations.
One of the oldest automakers in the United States is making a billion-dollar bet that one day, owning a car may not be a necessity of American life.
Ford Motor announced on Friday its plans to invest $1 billion over the next five years in Argo AI, an artificial intelligence start-up formed in December that is focused on developing autonomous vehicle technology.
Everyone could probably use some top-line safety tech on the road—the glossy features that keep cars in their lane, out of blind spot trouble, and from smashing into a suddenly stopped truck up ahead.
But Dodge’s newest update rolls out the latest in safety to those whose job is, well, safety: cops.
A cyclist who was the victim of a terrifying road rage ordeal by a FedEx driver has accused the company of dismissing his concerns because his blog was not deemed high profile enough, after an internal email conversation discussing the incident - which happened days after a FedEx driver was filmed driving apparently asleep at the wheel - was accidentally forwarded to him by a FedEx Managing Director.
James Avery, who cycles regularly in London, says he was too scared to get back on his bike for five months after a driver in a FedEx branded van drove aggressively at him near Kings Cross station last August, an act he described as “terrorism”.
There are many reasons for the steady success of the three major American automakers in recent years, but none are bigger than the surging sales of full-size pickup trucks.
But President Trump’s proposed border tax on imported vehicles could throw a wrench in the profit machine, particularly for G.M. and Fiat Chrysler, which build a large percentage of their pickups in Mexico.
By Henry Miller
Tackling fuel-related fraud remains a serious matter for U.S. fleet managers, but it’s also a large priority for fuel providers like Shell.
Thanks to independent research from Shell, we now know that over half of U.S. fleet managers consider fuel-related fraud a major issue for their business. But it's not only managers who see fuel-related fraud as a cause for concern—nearly half of their fleet drivers agree.
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