As a contractor, juggling so many things constantly means you have to be super-organized, especially where your contractor van is concerned.
Summer time, and the driving is… easy. Or so it should be. But there are always plenty of summer driving hazards waiting for you, just around the corner.
These days, we’re all scrubbing our hands like nothing else. Fleet managers are reading up on ‘how to clean and disinfect your vehicle’. And rightly so.
As a fleet manager, or business owner who runs a fleet, if there’s one thing you need to be well prepared for, it’s how to handle fleet vehicle accidents.
Aggressive driving. The scourge of all of us. At some point or another, we’re all guilty of it. And it’s a major factor in traffic accidents the world over.
If you have a fleet or manage one, you may already know the answer. Hopefully you have more than one of them in your own fleet. Stop, take stock and be reminded what makes for a better driver.
There’s a reason for the expression ‘safety first’. In anything you do, it should be your first priority. In the fleet management industry, unsafe driving should be off limits.
In the world of fleet management, defensive driving should be a way of life. If it’s not, then the business in question is not only skating on thin ice, but risks losing money.
They say the devil makes work for idle hands. We can say the same for idle fleets, in that if your fleet idling time is high then you will certainly end up paying the price in higher costs.
Whether you’re a fleet driver, handling a fleet or are simply an everyday motorist, it’s easy to be blasé about the effects of diet and coffee consumption on driving ability. How diet and coffee consumption affect your driving ability was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Veturilo