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Automatic Braking Added to NCAP Safety Test

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration today announced plans to add two new automatic emergency braking (AEB) systems to the list of recommended…Read More »

Understanding Trailer Weight Safety

You may be wondering what all this talk is about gross vehicle trailer weight, tongue weight, etc. I’ve put together an explanation of all the weights you…Read More »

America Needs to Bridge the Infrastructure Gaps

The tragic accident in Cincinnati on January 19 that claimed the life of a backhoe operator reminds us once again that the U.S. infrastructure is in need of repair…Read More »

Move Over Law

Alabama – State law requires drivers approaching stationary emergency vehicles that are displaying flashing lights, including wreckers, traveling in the same direction…Read More »

D.C. Mom Shares Lessons Learned on Proper Car Seat Installment

WASHINGTON – A D.C. blogger and mother wants to share her story about her car accident and the lessons she learned about the importance of properly installed…Read More »

Senators Question Stringency of Guardrail Testing

WASHINGTON — As testing of a potentially dangerous guardrail system continued on Friday, two United States senators sent a harshly worded letter to the federal…Read More »

NAIAS 2015: Can Oculus Rift VR Make Teen Driver Safety Message Stick?

More and more brands are focusing on teen driver safety, investing in public affairs campaigns with PSAs and digital and social efforts to encourage young…Read More »

Semi-Autonomous Driving Systems Emphasize Safety

There are those out there who fear that semi-autonomous driving technology will ultimately lead to lazy drivers. While I certainly understand the argument, the truth…Read More »

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Driving Dynamics President Arthur Liggio to Present at 2014 Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, IL

Newark, Delaware, July 16, 2014 – Arthur Liggio, Driving Dynamics president will present Moving Beyond the Checklist to a Strategic “Blueprint for Safety” at the 2014 Fleet Safety Conference in Schaumburg, IL at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel on Tuesday July 22, 2014 at 3:10 pm. The session will focus on creating a shift … Read More »

Driving Dynamics Wins 2014 Apex Grand Award for Publication Excellence

Driving Dynamics a Preferred Provider of Behind-the-Wheel Driver Safety Training and Fleet Risk Services has Been Honored with an Apex Grand Award for its Aggressive Driving e-Lesson and Two Awards of Excellence for its Newsletter and Safety Videos Driving Dynamics Inc. announced today it has been selected as a 2014 recipient of three APEX Awards … Read More »

The Driver Advantage™ Driver Safety e-Newsletter from Driving Dynamics Reaches Three-Year Milestone

Newark, Delaware, February 28, 2014- Driving Dynamics Inc. announced today its award-winning driver safety e-newsletter, The Driver Advantage, has reached a three-year anniversary. To celebrate the milestone the company has produced a commemorative, full-color magazine-style edition that is available for free to safety, fleet and risk professionals. The publication can be accessed at: This … Read More »

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Developing a Driver Safety Strategy

Q. I am a small business owner; we have seven Sprinter vans in our fleet that are used to deliver product. A few months ago I started a safety training program for our drivers – we talk about safety almost every day before they leave our terminal. Unfortunately I have had two of my drivers make terrible decisions in the last couple of weeks; each one was involved in an accident. There are some variables to the wrecks – weather conditions, delivery time frames and one employee had only been on the job for a couple of months – but I cannot continue to have my guys involved in accidents.

What more can I do to make sure they drive better?

Jeff J.
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A Cloud of Dust!

Q. Just a few days ago I was traveling home after a long day at work. Within two miles of my home I hit a large deer. To be honest, I didn’t see the deer until it was right in front of my car. Within a matter of a few seconds, I had hit the deer, my airbag deployed and my kids were crying, a very scary situation. Thankfully we were wearing seatbelts and my youngest son was in his car seat.

My question is, after hitting the deer and making sure my kids were ok, and making sure I was alright, I noticed a cloud of dust in the vehicle, is that normal?

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Penny G.

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Seasonal Driving Safety Tips

Bus Stop/School Zone Driving Safety Tips At a glance: Twice a day during the school year, sidewalks fill with kids who walk or bicycle to school, or ride the bus. Follow these tips to keep them safe — especially between 3 and 4 p.m., when the most severe school-age pedestrian injuries happen. Look both ways … Read More »

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