TNCs appear to avoid following safety recalls on vehicles used by their drivers.
Industry veterans Tom Holden and Jim Luff are ready to help motorcoach and limo companies grow and stay compliant.
Among vehicle fleets, distraction is the second leading cause of fatal truck crashes.
A proposed bill would require an immediate review of all stretch limousine companies and their vehicles.
Families of victims in the 2015 Long Island limousine crash say the package of new rules in the state budget does not go far enough.
Legislators were concerned the tighter rules would put too many law-abiding operations out of business.
A New York state operator is helping people make the right decisions when choosing a transportation provider.
It’s the latest example of vehicles removing human decisions from driving, experts say.
A New York Department of Transportation official says a ban on stretches and the power to seize plates will help DOT enforcement.
Certain configurations of the sedan have been awarded a Plus rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
It may not be a shock to the industry, but the public should know who they are leaving their lives in the hands of.
One industry leader says operators are concerned about contradictory language in a package of proposed safety reforms.
A New Jersey operator and longtime coachbuilder David Bakare explain why luxury transportation has a good safety record.
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