Taking a cue from the airlines and the military, trucking is looking at high-tech driver simulators to improve safety training.
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By Evan Lockridge, Contributing Editor
Training technicians saves lives, avoids litigation.
By Jim Beach, Contributing Editor
Fleets – and not always big fleets – are starting to look to safety systems as damage deterrent devices.
By Tom Berg, Senior Equipment Editor
'Autoslacks' were supposed to solve adjustment problems, but ignorance of how to maintain them – and the brakes themselves – get in the way.
By Deborah Lockridge, Senior Editor
Visibility aids are important. But it's tough to do a cost-benefit analysis.
By Patricia Smith & Deborah Lockridge, Senior Editors
TREAD-1 computer training is a convenient classroom for drivers and a valuable risk management tool for fleets.
By Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor
It might look the same, but there are plenty of changes under the skin.
Meritor Wabco's stability control systems keep the rig under control, even if its driver doesn't.
Michelin Bibendum event challenges a world view toward sustainable mobility.
By Deborah Whistler, Editor
Swift's innovative driver reward program raises the retention stakes.
By Doug Condra, President
The fixes put in place so far have not made the system much – if any – better.
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