Safety is something that is part of you. It’s a value. In fact, it’s an incredibly important value for both individuals and organizations.
In the past decade, fatal car crashes for teen drivers ages 18 to 20 haven't declined as much as those for younger teens, ages 15 to 17.
That's according to a study commissioned by Ford Safe Driving for Life, a program to teach teens to be safer drivers.
Jim Graham is Manager of the program. He says the problem appears to be that more teens are waiting until they are 18 or older to get their license.
"They probably didn't have any training until they went in to get their driver's license," says Graham, "because after 18, you don't have to go through graduated driver's licensing, you don't have to go through driver's ed."
ARI announced today the company will present a two-part webinar series on the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). “The ELD Mandate – What You Need to Know to Be Prepared,” will discuss the specifics of the ELD mandate and the telematics technology options available to fleets today.
In part one of the webinar series, “The Specifics,” Jason Rudinoff, regulatory compliance analyst and safety specialist, will address the specifics of the ELD mandate including who is affected and why it’s beneficial to prepare sooner rather than later. The first 30-minute webinar will be held on Tuesday, November 1 at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm EDT.
Anyone who has spent more than a decade in the auto business knows the cycle will turn, and after a six-year renaissance from near death we may be approaching such a point.
But don't hit the panic button.
Yes, Ford is idling four assembly plants for two weeks in Louisville, and taking one week off at each of two plants in Mexico and a week off in Kansas City, where workers produce the F-150, the highly profitable Clydesdale of Ford's lineup.
NAFA is pleased to announce the Call for Presentations for NAFA’s 2017 Webinar Series. These in-office seminars focus on current industry topics and trends and are delivered by fleet industry experts.
If you would like to be considered, please submit your topic and speaker information here by Tuesday, October 25, 2016.
Selected companies will be notified by Monday, October 31.