Tagged Law Enforcement

Supreme Court Leans Toward Protecting Drivers in Rental Case

During the hearing of Byrd v. United States, justices seemed to favor upholding the Fourth Amendment rights of drivers operating rental vehicles without being listed on the rental agreement.

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Rental Privacy Case Heads to Supreme Court

The case involves the privacy rights of rental car drivers who have permission to operate a vehicle but whose names are not on the rental agreement.

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When Your Rental Car is Used in a Crime

If you find evidence of a possible crime in your vehicle, do you know your obligation to cooperate with authorities and how best to respond to a subpoena? Following these best practices will guide you.

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When Commercial Parking Bans Go Too Far

Is it a neighborhood aesthetics issue or an intrusion on personal freedom? At any rate, a new local law will force many contractors, landscapers and fleets that allow workers to take vehicles home to rethink their transportation.

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Another Ridiculous “Used Fleet Vehicle” Scandal

While media reports concentrate on the sting and the “outrage,” where’s the empirical evidence that fleet vehicles are less mechanically sound than vehicles sold from private owners?

Will IoT Herald a New Era in Fleet Efficiency?

With the ELD rule finally in effect, small fleet operators need to hunt for new efficiencies. In transportation logistics, Internet of Things (IoT) systems could have similar lasting impacts as telematics.

Will Cars Become Transportation Appliances?

The cars are still the stars, but this year’s L.A. Auto Show revealed an auto industry at a crossroads.

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