The company has launched the new product along with a redesigned Driver Anywhere mobile application.
OCT. LCT: With advances in technology, providing convenient payment options for clients is a must.
The OEM says it will stick to a long, distinguished chauffeured tradition.
Commentary: For people hoping to rely on vehicles to do all of their driving, it’s too early to completely check out.
AUG. LCT: Before vehicles can ditch the drivers, government and manufacturers face plenty of challenges to bring it all about.
BusBank made a move to keep their business modern.
By using low-speed vehicles and limiting their range, the Coast service has decreased the number of tech challenges.
No more arguing over whether passengers will watch romcom, sci-fi, or action adventure.
A gullible media has sped up the assumption this technology will transform our lives.
Zorrane Abdeali of Autosist wants to help operators keep up-to-date with an audio interview program.
The product saves fleet operations time and improves communication and accuracy when managing drivers.
WHO'S WHO PHOTO GALLERY: The annual executive conference in Miami Beach April 29-May 1 encouraged operators to embrace a tech-oriented future.
MAY Editor's Edge: Sometimes progress halts to make us ask what we really want and what we are willing to give up.
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