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5 Smith System Resources for Driver Trainers

As a certified trainer who teaches driving safety to other drivers in your company, you already have the best resource you can get: a Smith System certification and a strong working knowledge of how...

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Why Your Company Needs a ‘How’s My Driving?’ Decal Program

If you have ever glimpsed the back of a commercial vehicle, you may have noticed a decal that reads, "How's My Driving?" with a phone number to call for feedback. The ‘How’s My Driving?’ vehicle...

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The Complete DOT Audit Checklist

The Department of Transportation (DOT) regularly conducts audits to ensure companies comply with all regulations. Since 2010, the number of DOT audits has increased. This increase is due, in part, to...

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The Cost of On-the-Job Traffic Crashes

On-the-job traffic crashes cost employers and commercial carriers billions of dollars each year.

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How to Navigate Winter Road Conditions Safely

Most drivers are affected by winter weather. According to the Federal Highway Administration, more than 70% of the roads in the U.S. are located in regions that receive more than five inches of snow...

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Avoiding the Driving Dangers of Daylight Saving Time

As daylight saving time comes to an end and winter brings even fewer hours of daylight, drivers are going to spend more time in the dark. Even though the practice of “falling back” gives us all an...

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What Do Insurance Providers Think of Driver Safety Training?

Any company that hires drivers has many different safety considerations. Regardless of whether those drivers are piloting heavy haul vehicles or four-door sedans, the core concern of the company is...

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Three Ways for Your Fleet to Save Fuel

With gas prices reaching record highs, all drivers are looking for ways 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...

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Five Things Every New Fleet Safety Manager Needs to Know

Safety is a fleet manager’s most important responsibility. It starts with screening and hiring the right drivers and providing them with advanced training and extends to the ongoing monitoring of...

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CSA Scores Explained: How to Understand and Improve Your Safety Record

Preventing crashes and fatalities related to large vehicles such as trucks and buses is at the heart of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s mission. With the creation of its CSA...

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