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Survey Shows Many Safety Similarities Between Light-, Medium-Duty Fleets
How to Prepare for the New Entry-Level Driver Training Rule
Embracing Simulations to Enhance Fleet Safety
ELDs: One Year Later

ELDs: One Year Later

Fleets share lessons learned in the nearly 12 months since the electronic logging device mandate went into full effect.

November 19, 2020

Fleets: Focus on Drivers for Safety

Fleets: Focus on Drivers for Safety

Hiring the right drivers, supporting them with technology, and keeping them healthy are three winning strategies when it comes to operating a safe fleet. Those were some of the observations from seven panelists participating in two discussions on "What’s Working" at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Truck Safety Summit held Aug. 5.

August 5, 2020

7 Priceless Parking Lot Safety Tips for Delivery Drivers
7 Steps to Get Started Monitoring and Modifying Driver Behavior
Battling Distracted Driving

Battling Distracted Driving

Accident management is challenging, and with the growing adoption of smartphones and in-vehicle technology, one way to make a big difference is by changing driver behavior.

December 10, 2019

3 Things You Might Not Know About Federal Trucking Regulations

3 Things You Might Not Know About Federal Trucking Regulations

At the NACV show in Atlanta, safety and compliance expert John Seidl shared some insight into the upcoming entry-level driver training standards, the best ways to learn about federal regulations, and an under-utilized way to improve your CSA scores.

October 31, 2019

Driver-Training Rule Rolling Out, Wrinkles or Not
Changing Entry-Level Driver Training Requirements

Changing Entry-Level Driver Training Requirements

Changes to the entry-level driver training requirements are so substantial that they may be unrecognizable to some, requiring communication to drivers, managers, and others at the motor carrier.

August 23, 2019

The Art & Science of Mountain Driving

The Art & Science of Mountain Driving

A truck driver can drive down a mountain 100 times too slowly, but only once too fast. An inexperienced driver on a steep grade could spell disaster unless properly trained.

July 3, 2019

App Helps Prevent Rollovers, Brake Fade on Grades

App Helps Prevent Rollovers, Brake Fade on Grades

How do we keep drivers from driving too fast through curves or descending mountain slopes? By showing them precisely how fast they should be driving. A new app called Road-Aware can do just that.

June 27, 2019

Steel Hauler Jump Starts Driver Training

Steel Hauler Jump Starts Driver Training

The small steel-hauling fleet received a safety-related wake-up call that something needed to change. Documented driver training has made a difference.

June 21, 2019

Don’t Let Driver Training be the Weak Link in Safety Technology

Don’t Let Driver Training be the Weak Link in Safety Technology

Collision mitigation and emergency braking systems on trucks could save lives, according to the National Transportation Safety Board and fleets that use them. But you can’t just spec advanced safety technology on your truck and think you’re done.

May 10, 2019

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