What does it mean to be a brain science advisor who is focused on distracted driving? For one, it means understanding what’s happening in the minds of drivers who are tired and distracted. It also means knowing what can be done to improve safety from the perspective of policy and practice.
Fleet Street’s “Word on the Street” campaign centers around carefully chosen words, like “Innovation.” These words have been brought to life, and have become an integral part of company culture.
A look at the European fleet market today finds many of the same trends we see in North America: a chip shortage, production delays, and the need for flexibility and patience.
By this date next month, we hope that we will have met many old friends and made new ones at the NAFA Institute & Expo in my beautiful hometown, Pittsburgh, PA. FMW is a proud media sponsor.
There is still time to register for the in-person meeting August 30-September 1 as well as the Virtual Program, September 13-15.
Congratulations to the new AFLA Board Members: Matt Betz, Caroline Costello, Don Wright, and Debbie Struna!
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The tug-of-war that is emissions regulations in this country has seen a remarkable past decade, as the Obama administration instituted some of the strongest emissions regulations in the world before the Trump administration tried to roll them back. Guess what the Biden administration plans to do.
According to the Associated Press, the answer is: a lot, in that the Biden administration wants to get 40 percent of people in EVs by 2030.
Acknowledging Biden’s goal of cutting U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by at least half by 2030, the rules would begin with the 2023 car model year and start by applying California’s 2019 framework agreement on emissions standards reached between Ford, Volkswagen, Honda, BMW and Volvo, according to three of the officials. The California deal increases the mileage standard and cuts greenhouse gas emissions by 3.7% per year.
Read the article at MSN.