No fleet is immune to security threats, but with thorough planning and by assessing your vulnerabilities, you can reduce the risks.
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By Jim Beach, Technology Editor
Technology allows fleets to watch over their equipment from a distance.
By Tom Berg, Senior Equipment Editor
Securing the doors of your fleet's trucks and trailers is the easiest and the most effective way to prevent theft.
By Deborah Lockridge, Senior Editor
The trucking industry and law enforcement combine forces to battle theft and terrorism.
By Oliver B. Patton, Washington Editor
TSA lays out its plan for a port driver security credential.
By Patricia Smith, Senior Editor
If you want your security program to be successful, you need to enlist the aid of your drivers.
Carriers need to make sure security procedures don't violate discrimination or privacy laws.
Highway Watch makes truck drivers part of the national intelligence structure.
By Jim Winsor, Executive Editor
Stevens Transport is closing in on 200,000-mile oil changes, using oil analysis and an on-board oil refiner system.
By Bette Garber, Editor at Large
Post 9/11, truckers remain alert on the job.
By Doug Condra, President
Latinos are the fastest-growing part of the pool. But how to reach them?
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