Dash cam crime solvers. Truck drivers and fleets began equipping their vehicles with dash cams initially to protect themselves. In some cases, the footage captured by these cameras is assisting law enforcement in conducting accident investigations the truck driver wasn’t even involved in.
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When we look at the safety training our organizations deliver, we ask if we are compliant. We ask if we are going to get citations. We may even ask if the attendees liked the training. But there is one uncomfortable question that is not asked: Are we wasting everyone’s time?
How GPS, tech solutions are reducing fleets’ insurance costs. Real-time GPS tracking and Field Service Management (FSM) software are no longer tools that are only available and for large fleets. These solutions have become more readily available and more cost-effective for fleets of any size. While there are many advantages to implementing these telematics tools, one notable advantage is reducing insurance costs for policyholders.
Driving toward safer roads with data. Technologies that give fleets a unified view of driver safety data can assist with proactive safety training.
25 deadliest U.S. highways: 2021 edition. A lot has changed over the past four years. But one thing that hasn’t is that Interstate 4, which connects Tampa and Daytona Beach, Florida, is still the deadliest highway in the U.S.
Protecting your Crew, even while driving. You must not only take care of yourself, you must be more focused to ensure that everything you and your crew do to complete work, including driving, is done with the highest level of safety possible.