It’s your job to reach your potential. Let’s all create an environment of winners.
By Walter Bond
There is always good in every situation. It’s our job to develop and think about how to use every situation to our advantage. What are you meditating on? How it can work or how it can’t work? That’s the defining difference in developing a Winner’s Mindset.
Winners develop the play. They strategize and execute on the strategy. They look for daily opportunities. They surround themselves with positive people and listen to positive things. You can’t believe the best when there is negativity all around you. Winners are positive people. Winners are focused people. Winners are also committed people.
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Los Angeles topped the '10 Worst Congested Cities' list, beating out 1,360 cities in 38 countries around the globe.
The report results were calculated by combining anonymous, real-time global positioning system probe data from 300 million connected cars and devices with real-time traffic flow data and other criteria, such as construction and road closures.
"Traffic congestion doesn't come cheap. INRIX, a leader in transportation analytics and connected car services estimates that such congestion costs U.S. drivers nearly $305 billion in 2017, or $1,445 per driver. Those costs come directly and indirectly from sources like wasted time, fuel and productivity."
Read the article at U.S. News.
When it comes to capturing details on “fueling” for electric vehicles, WEX has fleets covered.
By Greg Neuman, CEI Senior Manager of Quality Control
With consumer watchdogs constantly warning about buying used cars that have flood damage, fleet managers may be justifiably skeptical about whether it’s worth repairing one of their own.
At CEI, we’ve successfully managed hundreds of repairs of flood-damaged vehicles, but knowing when it’s possible to return one to completely safe usability is one of the most difficult tasks in the body repair business.
Vehicles are made to withstand a certain amount of exposure to water. It’s deep and prolonged submersion, especially in certain kinds of water, that determines whether repairs are worth the money or you’re better off declaring the vehicle a total loss.
What makes today’s vehicles especially vulnerable to floodwaters are the extent to which they’ve become electronic.
One key benefit of NAFA is that it offers powerful networking opportunities to meet other fleet industry people. That can mean great advice when you need it. Maybe even a promotion.
According to a new study by NerdWallet, commuters in eight metropolitan areas (Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami and Fort Lauderdale, New York City/Newark, San Diego, San Francisco/Oakland, and Washington, DC) could save anywhere from $6 to $135 weekly by using Uber or a comparable car sharing service instead of driving a personal vehicle.
Insurance and parking are the key factors in driving up the cost of commuting driving 10.4 miles-one way to work, the study revealed. The biggest savings were in New York, San Francisco and Chicago.
PARS goes the extra mile to make certain the drivers delivering their customers’ vehicles are focused on safety. And they make sure the vehicles they’re delivering are safe as well.
Trump's infrastructure plan fails to acknowledge tomorrow’s realities: transportation as we know it is about to undergo a revolution every bit as transformative as the smartphone and the personal computer.
This revolution in future mobility is just beginning, and while the end game is still unclear, the trends driving it are very obvious to anyone who studies transportation: automated driving technology, vehicle electrification, cloud connectivity and shared mobility services.
Rebuilding America’s infrastructure is more than just propping up bridges for another 25 years or slathering roads with a fresh layer of asphalt. A transportation revolution is on our doorstep, and governments need to be ready by putting the right ecosystems in place now.
Read the article at Forbes.