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Severe winter weather can often lead to potholes, which show up in the spring. That's because potholes are often caused when water seeps into soil under the pavement and then freezes and thaws, weakening the road.

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How to Handle Icy Roads

With some areas of the country experiencing the coldest weather in decades, now is a good time to remind your drivers how to avoid or correct a slide on icy roads.

Video: How to Drive Safely in Dense Fog

Fleet managers should remind drivers about how to drive safely in dense fog. Fog can come on suddenly — and it can reduce a driver's visibility to one-quarter of a mile or less.

Video: Coping with Cognitive Distraction

At some point every driver will experience moments of tunnel vision — a sort of mental "checking out" that means they are no longer fully focused on the task at hand. In those moments, a driver may not see debris in the road or even an oncoming car.

Video: 9 Tips for Driving in Heavy Rain

Hurricane season is a good time to remind drivers how to stay safe if they are forced to drive in torrential rains and wind. Experts suggest these tips.

Video: How Drivers Can Deal with Physical Issues

Leg cramps, back pain, and muscle spasms can strike at any time, including when a driver is behind the wheel. When it happens on the road, certain physical issues can be downright dangerous.