The 2020 model-year Ford Transit features new and improved technology, advanced driver-assist features, and enhanced capabilities. Transit now offers an intelligent all-wheel-drive system to provide enhanced traction on icy, snowy, or muddy roads. And a new on-board modem allows fleets to access vehicle data though existing telematics providers without connecting aftermarket devices. There is even a crew-cargo van option that has 2 rows of seats, both with full occupant protection,
New vehicle sales are on a slow decline in the U.S., part of that decline is the appeal of used vehicles which are expected to hit a record of more than 41 million units in 2019, after setting a new record last year of 40.2 million. What is driving this trend?
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issues new guidance to promote autonomous vehicle development
The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have released new federal guidance for automated driving systems with the intent of reducing...
Latest report reveals traffic congestion costing US transportation industry more than $63 billion a year
Traffic congestion is more than an inconvenience. It is a significant drain on the nation’s transportation efficiency and productivity. According to the latest American...
"Return-to-Park" feature uses safety-enabled technology to reduce likelihood of driver exiting an unsecured vehicle
can occur when drivers exit the vehicle with the engine running and the
transmission not in “Park” resulting in a surprising number of accidents, injuries and even...