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Reducing the Risk of Rear-End Collisions!

Q. Lately, our company has had a number of rear-end collisions, primarily our drivers are being hit by other people. I would like to give our drivers some hope that these crashes could be avoided…any help from you would be much appreciated.

Thank you,
Joel L. – Safety / Fleet Specialist

How Does Your Story End!

This month I would like to utilize this page to challenge you and to share with you some thoughts about Distracted Driving. Whether you manage a large or small group of drivers, or you are a company of one, my sincere hope is that you will take time this month to review your company policy on distracted driving and your own thoughts about distracted driving.

I am afraid that we hear so much about Distracted Driving that we become numb to the dangers associated with this epidemic. Statistics indicate that we have an issue when driving and staying focused, but many people continue to allow distractions to rule within the environment of the vehicle…

Flying Debris – Inside the Vehicle!

Q. In a recent walk-through of our facility, I noticed that several of our vehicles had a number of things inside the vehicle; paperwork and clip boards on the dash, personal items in the front and backseat as well as unsecured GPS systems in some units.

Do you have a recommendation on what can and cannot be in the vehicle? I am primarily interested in the cab of our cars and pick-up trucks.

Thank you,
Terry R. – Safety Specialist

Tip of the Month

Driving in Hot Weather: Safety Tip

Driving in Hot Weather: Safety Tip

This “One Second Advantage™” Safety Tip will help you reduce the risk of a breakdown by following a few simple precautions. These proven recommendations will help you enjoy safe, comfortable trips.

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