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A celebration of Women in Transport this International Women's Day
As part of Teletrac Navman’s Going the Extra Mile campaign, we’ve launched an International Women’s Day special featuring four women from across the g...
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Why should you choose an AI powered telematics platform?
With minimum complications and maximum results, TN360 offers users a new experience in fleet management, that delivers the right intelligence in real-...
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What You Need to Know: Ray Martinez Leaving FMCSA
This week, the U.S.Department of Transportation (DOT) announced Federal Motor Carrier Safety (FMCSA) Administrator Ray Martinez will step down from his position at the end of October. Martinez will remain with the agency, overseeing redevelopment ...
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4 Dashcam Myths: Busted
Safety is a top fleet management priority for everyone, not only because you want your drivers and freight to stay safe, but also because poor safety records hurt your bottom line in the form of higher insurance rates and lower CSA scores.However, sa...
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9 Must-Know Stats On The State Of Fleet Management
Digital transformation is being discussed in almost every industry and at almost every organization.Businesses know they need to adopt technology to remain competitive, be agile and maximize their people and revenue.
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Tips For Last-Minute ELD Adopters
The AOBRD to ELD deadline is less than 4 months away.Despite the fact that the industry has been aware of this deadline for years, recent research found 91% of small carriers still using AOBRDs plan to wait until the last 3 months of 2019 to make the...
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Why Your “FMCSA-Certified” ELD Isn’t What It Seems
If you’re in the market for an ELD, you’ve probably come across the phrase “FMCSA-certified” in vendors’ ads.On the surface, it sounds great - after all, it implies the device has been evaluated and found to meet FMCSA standards.
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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Proposes Changes to Hours of Service
The U.S.Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently published a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on changes to Hours of Service (HOS) rules that would affect how a driver’s time is measured. ...
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