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Ford, Nationwide Offer Usage-Based Insurance

Customers in 39 states with qualifying 2020 Ford or Lincoln vehicles can purchase a policy in minutes and become eligible to save up to 40%.

CalAmp Launches Video Telematics System For Fleets

The solution features a self-install camera along with a CalAmp Wi-Fi-enabled telematics edge device and video server.

Webinar To Explore Telematics And The Aftermarket

The webinar is the latest installment in a series presented by AASA and Frost & Sullivan.

Telematics Data Reveals Riskiest UK Driving Trends

Fleet drivers in the United Kingdom need to give other vehicles a little breathing room.

Micronet’s New Video Telematics Camera Receives FCC Authorization

The first model in Micronet’s new product line, SmartCam integrates driver-facing cameras, road-facing cameras, vehicle mechanical and operating data, vehicle location and a powerful telematics on-board computer.

SKF TraX Wheel-End Monitor Operates With Telematics Or As Mobile Application

The sensor unit is installed on the wheels of heavy-duty or coach vehicles to intelligently monitor wheel-end vibration and temperature.

Geotab Launches Integrated GM Telematics Solution

The solution allows fleet managers to access their compatible Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicle data within the MyGeotab platform via a factory-fit, GM-engineered embedded OnStar module.

BlackBerry Collaborates With Amazon Web Services For Connected-Vehicle Software Platform

The platform enables automakers to securely access data from vehicle sensors, and create software applications and machine-learning models for connected, electric and autonomous vehicles.

Cerence Introduces Emergency-Vehicle Detection

Cerence EVD integrates with the in-car assistant to alert drivers of approaching emergency vehicles so they can adapt their driving accordingly.

Independent Repair Shops Are ‘Blindfolded’ Without Access to Telematics Data, Auto Care Association CEO Asserts in Op-Ed

If lawmakers don’t intervene, the issue poses a threat to vehicle owners’ basic right to decide who fixes their car, Auto Care Association President and CEO Bill Hanvey asserts in a New York Times op-ed.

Auto Care Association CEO Bill Hanvey: Major Initiatives Include Data Access, Global Vehicle Identifier

Bill Hanvey: “We’re involved in advocacy at the state and federal levels to legislatively guarantee the consumer’s right to be able to access and control their vehicle’s data.”

AAPEX ‘Let’s Tech’ Presentations to Cover ADAS, Telematics, TPMS

Technology experts will take the “Let’s Tech” stage at AAPEX 2018 to give TED Talk-style presentations on the latest new products, tools and technologies and how they benefit automotive aftermarket businesses.