Fleet safety vs. fleet risk management

Jim Noble, eDriving’s Vice President of Risk Engineering, recently wrote an article for Fleet Management Weekly entitled Fleet Safety & Fleet Risk Management. They’re...

New year, safer fleet


Designed for students from preschool to grade ten, the resource has been created by the Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC).

Road safety school resource for teachers

A new learning resource has been developed to help teachers in British Colombia educate children on road safety skills and awareness. Designed for students from...


In a statement, the DVSA’s Chief Driving Examiner Mark Winn said it had been just over a year since the DVSA started doing more compliance checks on the motorcycling industry.

Enforcement action taken over rogue motorcycle instructors

The UK’s Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has removed over 100 instructor licences and taken 18 Approved Training Bodies (ATBs) off its official...


The American Transportation Research Institute has released its annual Top Truck Bottleneck List which assesses the level of truck-involved congestion at 300 locations on the national highway system.

Worst truck bottlenecks in US revealed

The most congested bottlenecks for trucks in America have been revealed. The American Transportation Research Institute has released its annual Top Truck Bottleneck List which...
Drivers who hold F and T drivers licence extensions, which are currently required to drive fare-paying passengers, will have 12 months from July to transition to a new Passenger Transport Driver (PTD) authorisation.

On-demand transform reform underway in WA

The final stage of a comprehensive reform of taxi and on-demand transport in Western Australia will be in place from July 2020. Drivers who hold...
As part of the British Safety Council’s Time to Breathe campaign, the researchers have developed an app that gathers data based on London’s air quality monitoring stations and gives individual users a read-out of the air pollution they are exposed to at work.

Outdoor workers exposed to above-limit levels of air pollution

Outdoor workers are exposed to air pollution well above the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) recommended limits, according to researchers at King College London. As part...