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Oct. 30, 2012
Nov. 4, 2014
Vehicle position and movement tracking devices that utilize global positioning systems; vehicle telematics and engine data monitoring devices that connect to a vehicle's diagnostic system to detect and record vehicle speed, engine RPMs, oil pressure, seatbelt use, time spent idling, fuel levels, ignition timeouts, airbag operation, excessive braking, engine oil temperature, headlights, warning lights, parking brake data, cruise control data, transmission fluid levels and the number of times a driver places a vehicle in reverse; driver monitoring and feedback devices comprised of electronic sensors, computer memories, blank digital storage media, and sound alarms, to detect and record driver activity and driver and passenger seatbelt usage, to maintain driver logs, driver risk and safety reports, driver ratings, driver dispatching, and hours of service (HOS) compliance, to generate audible alerts to notify drivers of unsafe or potentially risky driving events, and to generate audible vehicle in-reverse alerts; 021; 023; 026; 036; 038
A Section 8 declaration has been accepted.
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