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Ford Recalls F-650/F-750 for Brake Fluid Hose

Ford Motor Company is recalling up to 1,474 2018 F-650 and F-750 trucks due to a defect relating to the brake fluid hose, according to federal recall records.

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Ford Recalls Three 2018 Models for Fuel Pumps

Ford Motor Company is recalling an estimated 5,645 2018 Ford Expedition, F-150, and Lincoln Navigator vehicles equipped with 3.5L GTDI V-6 engines because the welds in their high pressure fuel pump assemblies may crack and lead to an oil or fuel leak.

7 Questions for Geotab's Colin Sutherland

Colin Sutherland, Geotab's executive vice president of sales and marketing, speaks about telematics industry consolidation, vehicle security, and answers the question of who owns vehicle data in this interview.

Oakland to Pay $12M to Motorcyclist Hit by Patrol Car

The City of Oakland, Calif., will pay $12 million to a motorcyclist who lost his leg after a police officer ran a red light in his patrol car.

States with Safest Fleet Drivers Ranked

Fleet drivers in North Dakota with Verizon Connect telematics systems showed the safest driving behavior over a two-year period, while those in Utah were the most dangerous, according to aggregated data from the telematics provider.

MD-S Increases Safety for Lone Workers

The MD-S relays information about dispatched employees while providing an instant connection to help if an emergency occurs.

Most Recalled Used Cars Identified

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class topped a list of the most recalled cars in recent model years, while the Hyundai Accent was the least-recalled vehicle during the same period, according to a report on ISeeCars.com.

Ford Recalls Trucks for Fuel Pumps, Brake Hose

Ford Motor Company has issued new safety recalls for five of its vehicles, including three of its trucks, and expanded an existing recall of three vehicles, including the Edge compact SUV, according to Ford.

Bakersfield PD Brings Back Motorcycles with Focus on Safety

The Bakersfield (Calif.) Police Department discontinued its motorcycle unit last year. Now it's coming back, with some changes.

Worn Tires Decrease Handling on Wet Roads Up to 33%

On wet roads, worn tires with a tread depth of 4/32 inch have an average increased stopping distance of 87 feet for a passenger car and 86 feet for a light truck when compared with new tires, according to a recent study from AAA.