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Three Ways for Your Fleet to Save Fuel

Fuel economy is all about getting more miles out of a gallon of gas.

For fleets, using less fuel on a daily basis has a number of big benefits. It’s better for the environment — less gas means...

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Behind-the-Wheel Training vs. E-Learning

Driver safety is critical to the overall success of your business. When drivers are involved in on-the-job crashes, it’s the employer who ultimately pays the price. Establishing a safe driving...

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How National Grid Is Improving Fleet Safety with Smith System Training

With more than 11,500 drivers, National Grid, understands how critical it is to invest in the safety of each and every employee. The gas and electric utility company, which covers Massachusetts,...

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Three Ways Telematics are Changing Fleet Management

Do you know how many drivers in your fleet are habitual speeders? Who regularly forgets to buckle their seat belts? What about trends in your fleet’s fuel economy or unnecessary idle times — are...

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5 Driver Safety Tips for Holiday Weekends

The official kick-off to summer begins with the Memorial Day weekend. Many people hit the road to visit family and friends or simply to take a few days off to relax after a long winter. This time...

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Who Is Subject to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations?

When it comes to safety on the road, no one is watching more closely than the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

As an agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation, the...

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Benefits of Tracking Off-Road Fleet Equipment Using Telematics

For many businesses, the ability to track and manage their fleet and equipment is a complex task, and the costs to each company can be substantial. However, when companies take advantage of the...

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How to Reduce Employer Liability for On-the-Job Crashes

It’s an employer’s responsibility to protect their employees, as well as the company’s bottom line. And when crashes happen on the job, it’s often the employer who is ultimately responsible.


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10 Distracted Driving Statistics and Facts That All Drivers Must Know

Distracted driving was directly responsible for 23,000 deaths and well over a million injuries in the U.S. between 2012 and 2018, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...

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Three Types of Distracted Driving

Every five seconds, a vehicle crashes on a U.S. roadway, and every 12 minutes, someone dies as a result. Many of these crashes occur during the workday and on company time. It is an expensive...

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