The Car and Truck Fleet and Leasing Management Magazine

Safety & Accident

Tractor Trailer Rear-End on Freeway

Posted on May 30, 2014   |   626 views

Following too close causes freeway accident.

Comments

  1. 1. haller [ June 09, 2014 @ 08:53AM ]

    What country was this accident recorded in ?

 

Leave A Comment

Name:  
Email: (Email will not be displayed.)  
Comment: (Maximum 10000 characters)  
Leave this field empty:
* Please note that comments may be moderated.

Accident Costs Calculator

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH REVENUE IT TAKES TO OFFSET FLEET ACCIDENT COSTS?
Use this calculator to see how much extra sales revenue your company needs to generate to make up for the profits lost as a result of fleet accidents.
Launch Accident Cost Calculator 

Fleet Incentives

View information regarding fleet incentives and other fleet-related programs direct from the major manufacturers.
 
Sponsored by

Blog

Driving Notes

Mike Antich
2015 Mercedes-Benz C300 4MATIC, C400 4MATIC Sedans

By Mike Antich
I recently had the opportunity to attend a Mercedes-Benz media event in Seattle to test drive its two new, all-wheel-drive C-Class sedan models. The 2015 models included the C300 4MATIC and the C400 4MATIC. While test driving these vehicles, I did so from the perspective of a corporate executive driver.

2015 Subaru Legacy Sedan

By Paul Clinton

View All

Nobody Asked Me, But...

Sherb Brown
Some Shoes Are Too Big to Fill

By Sherb Brown
Ed Bobit, or Coach, set a high bar for us all and he meant so much to so many industry professionals out there. There's no replacing the Coach, so we're not even going to try.

View All

Market Trends

Mike Antich
Cost-Reduction Single-Mindedness Creates Corporate Blind Spots

By Mike Antich
When corporate revenues soften, it is management's fiduciary responsibility to demand expense reductions and limit capital expenditures. Unfortunately, many fleet-related cost-reduction decisions are made for the short-term, with very little consideration on the long-term impact on the total cost of ownership (TCO). Many times senior management is more interested in the fiscal, rather than economic, consequences of their fleet-related decisions.

Are You a ‘Fireman’ or a Manager? Hint: One is a Dead-End Job

By Mike Antich

View All

In Memoriam: Coach's Insights

Ed Bobit
Thinking of the Newbies of the Future

By Ed Bobit
A lot has changed in the past 10-15 years, so we can only imagine this momentum will continue into the next decade-plus. How will this change impact the fleet manager of tomorrow?

Managing a Car vs. Work Truck Fleet

By Ed Bobit

View All