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October 16, 2014

Volvo Safety Technology Gives 360-Degree View

A decade from now, Volvo trucks will be scanning the environment around the vehicle and warning a driver when collisions are imminent. The Swedish company has developed new safety technology that scans the environment around a truck and analyzes that data.

May 5, 2014

Video: 2015 GMC Canyon to Offer Additional Safety Features

In addition to a patent-pending child restraint feature, the all-new Canyon will be the first midsize truck to offer Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning technology as part of the available Driver Alert Package.

November 4, 2009

C.R. England & Mobileye Announce 1,000th Installation of Vision-Based Driver-Assistance Technology in Trucking Fleet

LOS ANGELES - Global vision-based analytics pioneer Mobileye, Inc., and refrigerated trucking leader C.R. England announced the installation of the 1,000th AWS-4000 driving-assist product in C.R. England's fleet.

May 5, 2009

Penske Truck Leasing Expands Collision Mgmt. Offering

READING, PA - Penske Truck Leasing now offers Claims InSite, a collision management solution, to complement its North America truck collision repair centers.

December 23, 2008

DS Waters Chooses CEI for Collision Management and Subrogation Services

TREVOSE, PA – DS Waters of America, Inc., (DS Waters), a nationwide producer and distributor of bottled water and coffee, has selected The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI), for collision management and subrogation services.

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