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September 26, 2013

SmartDrive video wins APTA AdWheel Award

Using both live footage and animation, the Eco-Driving Training video introduces SmartDrive Safety's simple, smooth driving techniques that promote safety and fuel efficiency within public transit.


October 26, 2011

L.A. paratransit provider reduces claims by 50.2 percent

Results from the second quarter of 2011 show that Access Services lowered the number of claims by 50.2 percent compared to the baseline period, during which in-vehicle recording equipment was calibrated and drivers and supervisors were trained.


May 5, 2011

Veolia to install SmartDrive safety, eco-technology on fleet

The system uses video, audio and ECU-connected vehicle data sensors to detect and record risky driving maneuvers. It also enables drivers to instantly recognize fuel-wasting maneuvers with in-cab visual driver feedback.


January 26, 2011

SmartDrive to equip Ride Right with safety program

Uses in-vehicle recorders to capture detailed video and vehicle data during sudden stops, swerves, collisions and other events. Captured data is sent to professional safety reviewers who evaluate the events. Fleet managers then use these results to improve fleet performance and overall driving safety.


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