Risky driving behaviors are not that uncommon in fleets. What can a fleet manager do to improve driver safety and keep drivers motivated?
Aggressive driving is one of those problems fleet managers usually keep avoiding to deal with; that is, until it all gets out of control.
A glance at a fleet’s driving behavior is enough to grasp the fleet safety culture of a company; or lack thereof. How about a safety policy?
School buses are one of the most popular means of transport to and from schools. Are they safe & efficient? Cue GPS trackers for school buses
Can you reduce fleet maintenance? Avoid tickets? Prevent a road accident? Improve customer satisfaction? Balanced driver scorecards can help!
CVSA released last September’s Roadcheck 2020 results from roadside inspection on commercial motor vehicles & drivers. Here’s what they found
Driver scorecards can help fleet managers & owners safeguard their drivers and company against the consequences of poor driving behavior.
For a business with fleet vehicles, drivers are instrumental in keeping it up & running. To improve fleet driver behavior determines success!
A road accident affects fleet operations, finances, reputation & the wellbeing of crew & people involved. Get defensive driving safety training!
When your people are, most of the time, on the road, fleet safety should be your top priority; certified defensive driving programs can help.