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The Top 10 Most Dangerous Highways in the U.S.

We drive them every day, but some highways are safer than others. Whether it’s because of a high speed limit, the volume of cars traveling it, or the condition of the road itself, some highways...

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Top Three Reasons It's Essential to Train Your Drivers

When it comes to your fleet, efficiency, compliance and the ultimate safety of your drivers and other drivers on the road are your top priorities.

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Best Practices for Reversing Light- and Medium-Duty Vehicles

Drivers spend less than 1% of their time backing up, but a surprising 30 to 40% of all crashes happen when vehicles are in reverse. What's more, approximately 210 people die from backing incidents...

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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; but they’re also designed to help make driving safer. However, a study released late last year by...

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How Drivers Can Recognize and Report Human Trafficking

Human trafficking has been called an "invisible crime." It refers to buying, selling, harboring, and often transporting human beings for forced labor (involuntary servitude) or sexual slavery....

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The Importance of Routine Follow-Up Training for Your Drivers

Driver training is essential for every company that has drivers, whether they’re driving a heavy-haul vehicle or one of the sedans in the company fleet. The most successful driver training program...

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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 all...

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Is Your Company In Need of a More Advanced Fleet Safety Program?

Every company that has drivers — whether that means employees who occasionally drive for work or those who spend the better part of their workday behind the wheel — likely has a driver safety...

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Is Drowsy Driving Deadlier Than Drunk Driving?

When it comes to sleep in America, we’re just not getting it. And that’s causing some major problems on the road.

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School bus driver safety tips: What should you know?

Safety behind the wheel should be top of mind for every driver. However, with more passengers in their vehicles and a greater number of challenges created by the size and nature of their vehicles,...

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