Proposed San Fran Legislation Could Curb Dangerous Driving

An existing program to track San Francisco’s vehicle fleet might soon be tweaked to increase oversight and accountability within individual departments, according to the San Fancisco Examiner

It's estimated the proposed ordinance, sponsored by Supervisor Norman Yee, would “tighten up” existing legislation around the city’s telematics program, which uses black boxes installed in city vehicles to track speeding, gasoline usage, and other metrics in order to discourage dangerous driving behaviors and costly car rentals, as well as promote public safety.

It could save the city as much as $10.5 million annually in claims, repairs, and unnecessary vehicle purchases and maintenance brought on by a number of concerning driving and utilization behaviors.

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