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Commercial fleet sales rebounded in July with a 29.8% increase to 66,909 from a year ago. Sales of trucks, vans, and SUVs paced the gain, while sales of cars again saw a heavy decline, according to Automotive Fleet data.

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Top Commercial Truck Tire Sizes Identified

The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association has identified the top original-equipment manufacturer and aftermarket tire sizes in its latest fact book that covers the 2018 calendar year.

Roadway Fatalities Remained Steady in 2018

Roadway fatalities in the U.S. dipped slightly in 2018 to approximately 40,000, representing just a 1% decrease from 2017 and 2016, when 40,231 and 40,327 people were killed in motor vehicles crashes, respectively.

Telematics Market Expected to See Explosive Near-Term Growth

Commercial fleet adoption of telematics systems is expected to continue its torrid growth trajectory and increase to 20 million units in three years from the current 13 million units due to the increasing popularity of video-based driver management products and other solutions, according to a leading industry analyst.

Light-Duty Diesel Sales Reach 500,000+ in 2018

Sales of light-duty vehicles equipped with diesel engines crossed 500,000 in 2018 partly driven by a 12.5% gain among heavy-duty pickups, according to a leading diesel advocacy group.

6 Forecasts: Future of Accident Management

The future of fleet is a fickle thing, constantly changing with new devel-opments and technologies. The future of accident management is especial-ly being impacted by technology.

Number of EVs to Double by 2021

The number of EVs on U.S. roads will double by 2021, according to an association representing privately held electric companies.

Where Are We in the Business Cycle?

Stock market volatility, rising interest rates, trade wars and other factors have some wondering if we’re standing on the precipice of the next recession. But company managements echo clear sailing ahead.