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Wet Weather Driving Tips

Rainy weather can create a number of hazardous driving conditions. But there are measures drivers can take to promote safety during such dangerous weather conditions. Fox Providence Eyewitness News speaks with Anthony Ricci, president of Advanced Driving & Security in Rhode Island, for advice.


How to Avoid the Most Common Types of Crashes

This video, posted on DMVGuideOnline's YouTube channel, offers advice on how to avert the most common types of collisions. For the full fleet safety tip, click here.


How to Replace Wiper Blades

Vehicle wiper blades can take a beating, dealing with rain, snow, dust, mud, leaves, disgusting bug guts, etc. To ensure they stay effective in keeping the windshield clean, you should replace wiper blades two or three times a year -- at least that's what most automakers recommend. Here's a step-by-step explanation of how to change wiper blades, provided by Fairleigh Dickinson University's School of Automotive Enterprise Studies.

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What to Include in a Winter Vehicle Survival Kit

Julie Martin, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel, provides some tips on what to include in a vehicle emergency kit during winter weather. For the full safety tip, click here.


Texas Study Examines HOV Lane Hazards

High-occupancy lanes can improve travel times and encourage car pooling. But they also can pose some unique safety concerns for drivers. Back in 2005, a Texas study examined those concerns. Here's an NBC News report on the research project's findings, which can still help today's fleet drivers identify potential hazards. For the fleet safety tip, click here



Raging Hail Storm Pummels Vehicles in Denver Suburb

A hail storm ripped through Centennial, Colo., on Sept. 29, damaging countless vehicles and wreaking havoc on local streets. This report from CBS Denver Channel 4 News underscores how dangerous and destructive a hail storm can be. For the full fleet safety tip, click here.


What to Do to Make Driving at Night Safer

Driving at night presents a host of challenges, but motorists can take a number of measures to mitigate those risks. Here is some advice from For the full fleet safety tip on night driving, click here.


DriveCam Powered by Lytx Introduction

DriveCam powered by Lytx  Introduction Video


Ambulance Driver Texting While Driving

Ambulance driver texting; narrowly avoids an accident.


Solid Waste Driver on Cell Phone

Solid waste driver on cell phone; drives off road and rolls vehicle over.

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