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Fleet Safety

Keeping your driver's and the motoring public safe is a No. 1 goal of every fleet manager. Managing the safety side of fleet can seem like a full-time job. Staying on top of new technology, regulations, and spec'ing the right trucks can all help make this aspect of fleet management more manageable at the very least.

10 Things Drivers Should Do in Case of an Accident

Government and National Safety Council statistics reveal that millions of Americans are involved in traffic crashes each year. Here are 10 steps for your drivers to follow when they find themselves in a crash incident.

Advancing Safety in Medium-Duty Truck Fleets

With accident rates relatively flat in medium-duty truck fleets, but repair costs rising slightly, fleet managers are continuing to look for ways to ultimately eliminate crashes and related liabilities and expenses.

7 Priceless Parking Lot Safety Tips for Delivery Drivers

When more than 60% of delivery crashes happen in the parking lot, it's time to take action. Follow these seven tips to increase driver safety in parking lots.

Increasing Safety Through Telematics

A focus on protecting drivers is also good for business. Utilize a telematics program to track and promote safe practices.

Top 5 Technician Training & Safety FAQs Answered

Training experts weigh in on everything from program tips to overcoming hurdles.

How Effective Are Your Trucks’ Backup Cameras?

Fleets are already installing backup cameras on work trucks to improve safety. But with no guidelines to follow, do they actually provide the optimal field of view? One Oregon utility set out to fix this problem.

The Evolution of Camera Tech & Safety

Fleet safety programs are evolving and the use of in-vehicle video is growing.

How Often Should You Conduct Safety Training?

Realizing the benefits of accident reduction will only occur with regular reinforcement of safety best practices. Here are tips to communicate your safety message, from daily emails and monthly meetings to meaningful special events.

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Why Fleet Drivers Need to Take Post-Collision Photographs

Commercial drivers need to take ample photos after they have been involved in a crash or collision, says attorney Doug Marcello, who has represented trucking firms in lawsuits in 35 states. There is even a checklist of what photos are to be taken.

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