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March 28, 2017
Uber Suspends Self-Driving Fleet After Ariz. Crash

The ride-hailing company has suspended its autonomous test fleet operations while investigating the collision.

<p><em>Automotive Fleet photo.</em></p> Safety Tip: When to Honk the Horn

The California Department of Motor Vehicles offers advice on when it's proper to honk the horn.

<p><em>Photo courtesy of International Franchise Systems</em></p> Auto Recalls Reach 53.2 Million in 2016

Automakers recalled a record 53.2 million vehicles last year in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In 2015, 51.2 million vehicles were affected by recalls.

<p><em>Photo of 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited courtesy of Toyota.</em></p> 2018 Toyota Sienna Adds Standard Safety Package

The entire 2018 Sienna Van lineup will include pedestrian detection warnings and lane departure alert.

eDriving Fleet Offers Driver Training Program

Driver training provider eDriving Fleet will offer its RoadRisk Plus driving training and risk reduction program to a variety of fleets in late 2017, the company has announced.

<p><em>Image courtesy of NHTSA.</em></p> ROUSH CleanTech Recalls Propane Conversion Kits

Dealers need to replace fuel control valve solenoids to fix a problem that can lead to engine stalling.

<p><em>Photo of Ford Mustang courtesy of Ford.</em></p> Ford Recalls Mustang for Door Handle

The recall, expected to begin April 24, affects 5,470 cars in the 2017 model year.

<p><em>Photo of Kia Niro courtesy of Kia.</em></p> Kia Recalls Niro for Power Steering

The recall, set to begin April 7, covers 135 2017-model year hybrid crossovers.

N.D. Legislators Try to Rein in Distracted Driving

The North Dakota Senate and House have passed a bill broadening the definition of distracted driving.

<p><em>Fatal crashes in Wyoming in the three previous years. Graphic courtesy of the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT).</em></p> Wyo. Sign Campaign Promotes Safer Driving

The state hopes to further extend its decline in road deaths by reminding drivers to buckle up, observe the speed limit, and drive sober.

2017 Special Report: Preparing for the ELD Mandate
Best Practices for Cybersecurity Management in Telematics
5 Steps to Optimizing Fleet Operations
5 Great Reasons to add Video Safety to your Fleet
The Impact of Mobile on Fleet
Cooperative Procurement: Do You Really Have to Go to Bid?
Strategic Tips to Reduce Fleet Costs
5 Trends in Fleet Management To Watch For in 2017
FleetBeat Safety Report, Volume 3
Three Easy Ways Telematics Can Improve Driver Safety
The True Costs of Outsourced Maintenance & How to Compare Vendors
Have Your Fully Optimized Your Fleet Lifecycles?
Managing Tire Expenses
Choosing Motor Pool Technology: 20 Crucial Questions to Ask Before You Buy
Determining the ROI of Implementing a Fleet Management System.
10 Reminders on How to Avoid Data Overload
Using Fleet Tracking to Reduce Fuel Costs
Why Payment Networks Matter: A Fleet Manager's Guide to Proprietary Fuel Cards
6 Ways to Maximize Vehicle Uptime
How to Select a Telematics Provider
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