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Summer Driving Safety in the Age of COVID-19

Summertime driving safety has always been an important topic, but it takes on a new meaning in the age of COVID-19. As the country reopens and businesses strive to return to normal, professional...

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What Happens if You Have a Car Crash in a Company Vehicle?

Not all car crashes are created equal. They can cause varying amounts of damage, both to property and to people, and they happen for several different reasons — from human error to mechanical...

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U.S. Traffic Deaths: Vehicles Are Getting Safer, But Drivers Aren't

Vehicles being built today are safer than ever before, with increasingly more tools to alert drivers to problems around them — or even help them avert danger through features like collision...

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The Most Common Mistakes Drivers Make in Winter

Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle is something that’s never to be taken lightly, but that’s especially true during the winter months. When winter weather goes south, drivers have several...

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How Companies Can Manage Driver Safety Training During the Holiday Season

Winter brings a number of different challenges for drivers, from fewer hours of daylight to unpredictable weather patterns. That makes it a great time to instill drivers with safety tips and...

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Back to School Safety: What Drivers Need to Look Out for This Fall

Parents and teachers spend a lot of time reminding students to practice safety when walking or riding their bikes to school. However, students aren’t the only ones who need to brush up on their...

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Unique Challenges and Opportunities for Retail and Food Service Drivers

Drivers and safety managers in the retail and food service industries face a growing number of challenges in today’s world. While they may approach those challenges from different perspectives,...

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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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The Cost of Road Rage: Surprising Statistics About Aggressive Driving

We’ve all had those moments behind the wheel; maybe it’s after a long day of work or perhaps it happens after sitting in traffic for too long. But at some point, we have all felt aggravated by...

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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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