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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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How Automated Safety Systems Lead to Distracted Driving

The tools and technology in today’s vehicles not only make them more comfortable and easier to drive; they’re also designed to help make driving safer. However, a study released late last year by...

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5 Tips to Help Get Your Fleet Ready for Winter Weather

Driving conditions in winter can change quickly, leading to hazardous conditions on the road. The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration attributes nearly one-fourth of...

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5 Reasons You Should Implement a Distracted Driving Policy

Did you know that a driver going just 25 mph can travel the length of four football fields during the time it takes to enter an address into a navigation app?

And navigation systems are just one...

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How Companies Can Reduce Driver Safety Risks in the Oil and Gas Industry

According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), motor vehicle crashes are responsible for more than 40% of work-related deaths in the oil and gas industry. That’s...

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3 Reasons Commercial Fleet Crashes Are on the Rise

Safety behind the wheel is a concern for every driver, but for fleet safety managers, it’s the single most important aspect of the job. Despite advancements made in automotive safety and...

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Is Your Distracted Driving Policy Up to Snuff?

Distracted driving continues taking a toll on America’s roads. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, some 391,000 people were injured as the direct result of distracted driving in...

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100 Days of Dangerous Driving

Many people view Memorial Day as the beginning of summer, and Labor Day typically signals its end. We celebrate the days in-between for their sunshine and warm weather, but safety experts pay...

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Why Your Vehicle Needs a ‘Sterile Cockpit’ Rule

In 1981, the Federal Aviation Administration imposed a new rule designed to increase safety for both flight crew members and passengers. The new mandate, called the sterile cockpit rule, required...

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Six Ways to Safely Manage Technology on the Road

Carmakers continue to introduce new ways to make driving easier. Safety-minded technology like backup cameras, lane departure warnings and obstacle detection systems help give drivers advantages...

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