The R&D spending is fueling brisk growth in autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, in-vehicle connectivity, safety features, electric propulsion and other technology.
If you’re looking to start a safety and health plan in your shop, OSHA’s “Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs” is a good place to begin.
OSHA’s annual list of the 10 most cited violations can be a useful reference and wake-up call to shops that are trying to identify areas where they can get safer.
The “Land That Job! Building a Resume” online course provides best practices for resume writing and creates an interactive process for students to build and download their resumes.
House Bill 2297 would require state vehicle safety inspections to include a review of any potential safety recalls using the vehicle’s VIN number.
The new study, released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, found that more than 200,000 crashes involved debris on U.S. roadways during the past four years.
It is no longer about just stealing cars, car parts or even the personal property inside them. Today’s “connected vehicle thief” also can access on-board data and even personal identity information.
Data shows that, across the board, states with tougher driving laws see fewer motorists die on their roadways.
The FCC is considering a proposal to reconfigure the 5.9 GHz band that automotive groups say would sweep away decades of research and development of connected car and crash avoidance technology.
NHTSA head Mark Rosekind said that in order for automakers to reduce 38,000 deaths on roadways each year, they would need to increase the safety of their autonomous cars.
News special highlighted federal regulators’ and auto industry’s concern about copycats who replicate a manufacturer’s markings so well that customers and even auto part suppliers get duped.
What can auto repair companies do to attract, hire and retain young talent? The first step is to learn what’s important to them.