Are you ready to update your fleet policy to include self-driving cars?

I know what you’re thinking, especially if you’re a fleet manager in the United States. You’re thinking, “No way! It’s way too early to think about something like that.”

But, technology is changing at a rapid pace, especially when it comes to mobility. And you should always be on the lookout for shifts in the industry that may impact your policy.

Don’t worry, updating policies for self-driving cars isn’t widely used yet. But it’s good practice to stay current on matters that could affect your own policy.

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A small fleet I visited recently was not having its drivers write driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIRs) at all — much less reviewing them for needed/requested repairs that would have saved a considerable amount of money.

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Source: Automotive Fleet

None of the 50 states deserves an A grade for its overall safety policies, a new report from the National Safety Council concluded. But seven states drew an overall B grade from the council for their efforts in preventing injury and death on roads, in the home and community, and at the workplace.

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It may seem like an easy decision to roll out a policy with a total ban on cell phone use while driving. However, with today’s increasing reliance on mobile devices, and the growing notion to always stay connected, it could be a challenge to enforce. Consider these helpful tips and ideas when implementing a distracted driving policy.

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