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Fleet Safety Tip of the Week

September 22, 2010

This week's tip, taken from the California Driver's Handbook, offers some advice on mountain road driving. You may want to pass this on to your fleet drivers as a friendly reminder. 

When two vehicles meet on a steep road where neither can pass, the vehicle facing downhill must yield the right-of-way by backing up until the vehicle going uphill can pass. The vehicle facing downhill has the greater amount of control when backing.

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