Most fleets train drivers on how to handle their vehicles in winter weather, but many don’t realize that drivers are more likely to slip on an icy sidewalk, trip on a curb hidden by snow or pull a muscle than collide with another vehicle.
How well do you know winter driving safety? Try our 10 question, multiple-choice winter safety quiz. Test your knowledge and pick up useful stats you can share with drivers.
We've recently added a multitude of new courses to our Entry-Level Driver Training platform that satisfy the theory portion of ELDT requirements for Class B regulations.
Learn what causes driver burnout, which drivers are most susceptible and why winter driver safety training is an effective driver retention strategy.
As your team is pushed to the limit during this hectic time, reminding them about winter safety best practices should be at the top of your to-do list. We explore how winter driving safety tips for employees are a simple way to keep safety top-of-mind and protect your workforce this winter.
For three straight years, snowplow drivers have been in high demand across the entire country. These shortages mean that the roads will go unplowed longer, making them even riskier for your fleet drivers.
From bad weather and road conditions to an increase in holiday traffic and theft – it's critical for company drivers to prioritize the safety of themselves, those they share the road with and the cargo that they are transporting to ensure they make it to their destination safely.
We've gathered a list of important winter driving statistics, as well as ways companies can strategize to ensure their fleets have the knowledge, resources and skills to combat the risks this winter.
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