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This truck demonstrates uneven treads on dual tires. Photo by Les Smart.

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Tire Maintenance: It’s Not Just Checking Tire Pressure

For proper tire care, it’s also important to make sure that each tire has adequate tire tread left and to check that the sidewalls have no cuts or damage.

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Can Fleets Subscribe to a Vehicle?

For fleets, technology is enabling a more efficient way to use vehicles, increase utilization, and more precisely match the type of vehicle to usage.

In texting shorthand, SMH means “shaking my head” or even “stupid-minded humans.” In a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)campaign against distracted driving, “SMH” was the last text sent by a teen driver who died in a car accident caused by her texting and driving. Photo via GettyImages.com/RiverNorthPhotography

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Hands-Free or Total Ban? Small Fleets Address Distracted Driving

These small fleet operators share how they form and manage distracted driving policies that balance safety with productivity and real-world considerations.

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The Problem With Valuing Safety Technology

As advanced safety technologies have migrated to mainstream vehicles, retaining value for these options at resale remains an issue.

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Products to Improve Cargo Handling, Storing

Here are some products that can help make it easier to store and move cargo, as well as see inside the interior and exterior of work trucks and vans.

Jim Coniglione uses his system as a deterrent to erratic driving, and he’s also nearly eradicated red light camera violations by his drivers. Photo courtesy of Scoopy Doo.

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Keys to Managing Fleet Safety With Telematics

While telematics systems are designed to improve fleet safety, merely installing a system isn't enough — it's how you manage the data and alerts with your drivers that really makes the difference.

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How Preventative Maintenance Can Improve Driver Safety

Regularly monitoring tire pressure, brakes, windshield wipers, and vehicle recalls can help make a vehicle a safer place to do business.

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The Value of a Fleet Accident Packet

The document provides fleet drivers with a method to effectively report details related to an automobile accident, which can help prevent issues regarding liability.

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How Small Fleets Manage Recalls

Auto manufacturers, dealers, and fleet operators weigh in on ways to hone the recall repair process.

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Items to Keep Fleet Drivers Safe on the Road

These products help fleet drivers stay focused while on the road, offer vehicle security, and provide better visibility in extreme weather conditions.

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Help in Predicting Your Next Crash

How can you, a safety or risk manager in a company, predict which driver is going to have your fleet’s next accident? By yourself, you can’t. But by enlisting the aid of other road warriors, you can predict which drivers in your fleet are at high risk to have your next at-fault crash.


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