An estimated 90% of all driver decisions are based on what the driver can see. Yet at night, one's vision is compromised, which may account for the fact that approximately 40% of all fatal motor vehicle accidents occur at night.
Follow these six tips to avoid confrontations with drivers who engage in tailgating, unnecessary horn honking, verbal assaults, or making hostile hand gestures.
Nearly 96% of drivers believe reading a text or email on a hand-held cellphone while driving is very or extremely dangerous as compared with 79.8% who feel the same way about talking on a hand-held cellphone, according to a new AAA study.
A sudden tire blowout can happen anywhere, anytime. It can be a frustrating situation for a busy commercial driver on a schedule. More importantly, a tire blowout can pose a serious safety hazard.
Law enforcement officials in Tulsa, Okla., have seen a rise in thefts of pickup tailgates, which can be prevented with a tailgate lock.
Fleet drivers should be warned about the dangers of leaving their cars unattended while they warm up.
Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about a third of a second earlier than they would with conventional headlights.
Slick, slippery bridge surfaces often come as a surprise as ice on a bridge may be invisible to the driver. Drivers can follow these three tips for dealing with this hazard.
Fleet drivers who need to pass a slower vehicle should follow these rules, including only initiating the pass in the left lane.