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Texting and Driving? Watch Out for the Textalyzer

ver the last seven years, most states have banned texting by drivers, and public service campaigns have tried an array of tactics — “It can wait,” among them…Read More »

Ford, Volvo Partner with Google, Uber for Self-Driving Coalition

Alphabet Inc’s Google unit (GOOGL.O), Ford Motor Co (F.N), the ride-sharing service Uber [UBER.UL] and two other companies said on Tuesday they are forming…Read More »

Federal Government Considers Changes in Street Design, Could Makes Roads Safer and more Sustainable

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) sets standards for how streets, roadways and highways are designed. The agency is considering comments for possible…Read More »

Brake Line Inspection Tips And Tricks

No one can predict when a brake line or hose will fail. This is why inspecting brake lines should be part of every vehicle inspection. Also, spotting and replacing…Read More »

The Auto Industry’s Safety Whistleblower Program: What You Need To Know

The Motor Vehicle Safety Whistleblower Program that originally passed through the U.S. Senate last summer but stalled in the House of Representatives has…Read More »

On Board Diagnostics: Risks and Vulnerabilities of the Connected Vehicle

We worked with DHS US-CERT and the Department of Transportations’ Volpe Center to study aftermarket on-board diagnostic (OBD-II) devices to understand their…Read More »

Our View: Motorcycles Are Back; Be Careful

McHenry County experienced its first nice weather weekend of the spring, and already we’ve seen a handful of crashes involving motorcycles…Read More »

Federal Rule Could Create New National Traffic Data Website

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) wants to make congestion and other traffic data much, much more visible — and it wants state and local agencies to work…Read More »

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Classes Now Being Scheduled for Driving Dynamics’ New Light-Truck & Trailer Safety Training Course

Drivers operating vehicles as part of a job task are governed by the Department of Transportation (DOT) when any one of the following conditions is met: Weight of vehicle or a combination of vehicle and trailer exceeds 10,001 pounds; Vehicle has nine seats or seatbelts; Hazardous material is being hauled. This course balances classroom learning, … Read More »

Art Liggio, Driving Dynamics President, to Speak on Coaching Techniques for Non-Safety Professionals at the AFLA Regional Forum in Tampa

Newark, Delaware – Driving Dynamics president Art Liggio, will head up a Leadership Safety Coaching session at the 2016 Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) Regional Forum held at the Sheraton Suites in Tampa Florida. This session, which will emphasize coaching techniques for non-safety professionals, is scheduled for Thursday February 25, 2016 at 9:00 am. … Read More »

Driving Dynamics Introduces its Newly Developed DrīvActiv™ Mobile Safe Driving Simulator System

A Driving Dynamics innovation, the DrīvActiv simulator system has been designed to enhance and support the company’s advanced performance, instructor-led safety curriculum and will be initially offered as a key component of the company’s updated Level II driver safety course Newark, Delaware – Driving Dynamics Inc. announced that it has completed the development and production … Read More »

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April Showers bring May Flowers

Q. I have always heard that “April showers bring May flowers,” and while that may be true, April showers also bring some real danger to the roadway. As we approach springtime, could you provide some information I can share with my fleet when driving in the rain?

Fleet & Safety Specialist

Purchasing New Vehicles?

Q. As the EHS Specialist for our company, I make it a habit to regularly review articles concerning safety in the work place. The one area that seems to be a little confusing to me is all of the safety equipment or safety features that can come on a new vehicle. It seems as if each manufacturer has something just a little different to offer, and I find myself wanting one device from one manufacturer and another device from a different manufacturer.

Could you give me an idea of what safety items we should be considering when purchasing new vehicles?

Gina R.
EHS Specialist

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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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