Dangerous tires – Could they be putting your entire fleet at risk?

Tires are one of the three main expenses for fleets, along with labor and fuel. Unfortunately, they are often ignored, risking poor fuel economy or accidents caused by damaged or …
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Fleet Safety Solutions Under CSA Compliance

One of the three cornerstones of CSA 2010 is measurement. It is the first stage of the 3 phase process designed to make our roads safer by isolating unsafe commercial …
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Fleet Safety Evaluation – FMCSA CSA 2010

When a fleet is measured and found to be deficient in one of the seven safety categories (BASICs), the FMCSA moves into phase 2 of the three phase process – …
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How GPS Utility Fleet Management Software Can Help

Call outs are a big part of the business when you’re a utility company. And often you have little or no warning when the next one will be.

How …
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Do you know the true cost of fleet accidents?

Worker safety is of paramount importance to employers, employees and government authorities. When you consider that 5,071 workers died on the job in 2008 in the U.S. alone, and that …
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How can your drivers safely navigate bad weather?

When you’re a fleet driver you’re often driving the same route to the point where you know it really well. How long it takes to get from one job to …
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3 Ways Technology is Improving Fleet Safety

Technology, it seems, is a two-edged sword. A growing number of devices are adding to driver distraction and contributing to increasing accident rates. Drivers are juggling smartphones, GPS devices, …
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4 tips for a safer, more secure and more profitable construction business

Construction can be a tough industry to succeed in — tight project deadlines, demanding work conditions and challenging building projects can put stress on a construction company. How have some …
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Do you know how good your drivers really are?

Do you know how good your drivers really are? Here are ten performance indicators you should watch!

We all know there are challenges with managing mobile workers but it’s …
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What Does CSA 2010 Mean for your Fleet?

Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 (CSA 2010) is an initiative by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to reduce CMV accidents. It replaces the current SafeStat system.