A comprehensive new safety research report from the National Transportation Safety Board examines the crash risk associated with different drugs, including alcohol, and the prevalence of use among drivers.
With 100 cars in its fleet, True MHS took its safety program to the next level by implementing video telematics. In one year, it saw a major reduction in at-fault accidents and gained context around incidents, collisions, and driver behavior.
Record-high fuel prices are prompting a new type of fuel theft in which the perpetrators puncture fuel tanks. Fleet operators are not only out of gas; they face expensive repairs and extended downtime, too.
Several tech innovators and automakers are leading the way in bringing cellular vehicle-to-everything technology to the next generation of cars, with the goal of reducing fatalities among all road users.
A new analysis from Zonar explores thousands of reported brake system faults across the freight, passenger, and vocational transportation industries.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance plans to address a growing problem of brake systems and brake adjustment violations during its annual Brake Safety Week running Aug. 21-27.
Too many drivers think the speed limit is just a suggestion. That’s one of the problems the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s new anti-speeding campaign hopes to reverse. The first-of-is-kind campaign kicked off on July 20 and runs through August 14.
In 2021, there were 2,148 vehicle-train collisions at highway-rail grade crossings, resulting in 236 fatalities. Here’s how to cross with confidence.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released two reports on crash data involving vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems and automated driving systems.
COVID-19 left Americans angry and frustrated. The result on the roadways is staggering — per capita vehicle deaths rose 17.5% from the summer of 2019 to the summer of 2021.
A TSR survey revealed that over a quarter of fleet drivers recall having avoided a crash due to in-cab alerts. Still, barriers to adoption remain. How can fleet managers accelerate acceptance of in-vehicle camera technology?
Spring is just around the corner, which means a motorcyclist or two may be as well. For automotive fleet drivers, safely sharing the road with motorcyclists should be a top priority.
Daylight Saving Time starts on March 8, its a good time to remind your drivers to be aware of the signs of drowsy driving, and what to do to avoid the problem.
In winter, it’s not uncommon for the battery to fail — which can leave your drivers stranded on the side of the road.
An estimated 38,800 people were killed in automotive collisions in 2019, which translates into a 2% decline as compared with the 39,404 fatalities in 2018.