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Safety & Compliance: Using a Simulator in Your Safety Program
By Deborah Lockridge
Although driving simulators have been around for a long time, the current technology is more sophisticated, takes up less space and more affordable.
<p><strong>Deciding what you want to get out of a simulator program is the first step.</strong> <em>Photo: Virage Simulation</em></p>
7 Ways to Get the Most Out of A Driver Simulator Program
By Deborah Lockridge
Driving simulators today are more sophisticated, take up less space and are more affordable. How do you make sure you're choosing the right one for your company and getting the most you can out of it?
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Would Your Brakes Pass Inspection?
By Betty Weiland, J.J. Keller
From September 7-13 – Brake Safety Week – more than 30,000 brake inspections are expected to be conducted. Roadside inspectors will be inspecting brake-system components to identify loose and missing parts; air and hydraulic fluid leaks; worn linings, pads, drums and rotors; and other faulty brake-system components.
New Truck? Or New World?
By Rolf Lockwood
What two driverless trucks can tell us about the future of transportation and society at large.
Driving A SuperTruck
By Jim Park
The SuperTruck lives up to its name as a groundbreaking technology demonstration project that is also fun to drive.


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In-Cab Camera System Adds Audio, Infrared and 3G MiX Telematics has upgraded the MiX Vision in-cab video system to incorporate audio, infrared recording and a 3G cellular connection to improve clarity on incidents.
Peterbilt Trucks with Anti-Theft System Need a Code to Start Peterbilt’s new anti-theft system for Model 579 and 567 trucks uses a passcode to protect vehicles from being stolen.
EBE Develops New Mobile Software for Driver Paperwork EBE Technologies’ Xpress Mobile Capture software allows drivers to submit and monitor the status of driver paperwork such as delivery, settlement and safety documents on a mobile device.
Garmin to Release Android-Based Fleet Navigators Garmin will release its Fleet 660 and 670 Fleet navigators running Android-based software later this year -- the first from Garmin to run software built on Google’s Android platform.
Rand McNally Releases Fourth Generation of IntelliRoute TND Rand McNally has redesigned its IntelliRoute TND GPS devices for commercial truck drivers inside and out. The fourth-generation devices feature new hardware, a faster processor, two new graphical user interface options, and improved map appearance.


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