It's time of year again to adjust your clocks to adapt to the changing daylight. Remember spring forward and fall back? Aside from the hassle of figuring out to change that darn clock on your stove, Daylight Savings Time can have a real effect on your ability to stay sharp behind the wheel. Here are some ways that adjusting your clocks can affect your driving.
Time to send your kids back to school. But wait! Safety should be your top concern as roadways become congested and speeders breeze through once abandoned school zones.
Here are some driving tips for staying safe during the school year:
Getting behind the wheel is the riskiest thing we all do every day. In some industries, driving is the leading cause of fatalities within the workplace. Understanding how using a telematics GPS system can help you drive more defensively, reduce risk and ultimately become a better driver is the first step towards safer roads.
According to the The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 150 people are killed on the Fourth of July holiday. Almost two-thirds of those crashes are related to drunk driving. Don't be a statistic.
We worked with many professional in Fleet, Operations and Health & Safety to compile the following tips for how to approach your drivers on the topic of driving safety.
To mark the first week of National Safety Month here are 5 tips for
driving safety and preparedness:
It’s September, and for thousands of cities across the US, that means kids are back in school. Ask any parent what their primary concern is for their child, and they’ll probably tell you it’s their safety. The Transportation Research Board reports that 25,000 children are injured every year in school zone accidents, and 100 of those collisions end in fatalities.
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