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The cooperation between LoJack SCI and Babaco will involve the development and release of a number of service offerings that leverage core features from both companies to create a one-stop, full service solution for assets and cargo in transit.
But chances are you won't be sliding your fanny into very many Nissan NV200s, the one-time "taxi of tomorrow" that now has only a slim chance of becoming a taxi of today. The Nissan cab, which was supposed to replace nearly all of the 16 different
A team of experts has been assembled to help government curb the number of road deaths, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Wednesday. The team will be drawn from her department, the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral), the Road Traffic
The Taxi and Limousine Commission is asking its board Thursday to approve a series of rule changes enabling owners to charge drivers more to lease cabs on a weekly basis and also force drivers to pay for some car repairs. But a report penned by
Elizabeth Rideout was standing on the sidewalk at Logan Airport, fresh from a Florida vacation, when a taxi hurtling out of control jumped the curb and plowed into her and a fellow traveler. Michael Metcalf, a Massachusetts Turnpike Authority worker,
Telematics API platform and the integration of the fleet 590, the company's first portable and connected fleet management GPS that combines the necessities of fleet management with the simplicity of Garmin navigation. With vital fleet-tracking
The Taxi and Limousine Commission hosted a public meeting in Lower Manhattan Monday, to discuss the proposed fare increases. Proposed Taxi Fare Changes From 40 cents to 50 cents for each minute stopped or in slow traffic From $45 to $52 from JFK to
In February, Gov. Cuomo signed landmark legislation that would bring first-class taxi service to northern Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island. The law would also allow the city to sell 2,000 new wheelchair-accessible yellow taxi
Veteran cabbies are suing to get back millions of dollars in bogus charges they say fleet owners have been sneaking into their weekly bills. Four longtime hacks filed proposed class-action lawsuits in Manhattan and Queens courts Monday, seeking
The awards, which were presented in Mumbai, recognized cutting-edge process and innovations undertaken by fleet owners in the transport industry. After narrowing down hundreds of submissions, the jury consisting of personalities like Amit S.