More than 50,000 crashes happen in parking lots and parking garages annually, resulting in 500 or more fatalities and more than 60,000 injuries.
More drivers hit wild animals during the fall season, so now is a good time for fleet managers to remind drivers how to avoid hitting a deer, and what to do in the event that it does happen.
The fall means kids are now back in school, which makes it a good time for fleet managers to remind their drivers about best practices for driving in school zones and near school buses.
Fleet managers should know that a small group of people — specifically, high-risk drivers — cause the bulk of their collisions.
While the state of Washington has the most roundabouts, it can still be helpful for fleet drivers to know how to best approach these alternatives to intersections. Here are four tips.
Every journey management plan should take into account that a company's drivers are its best defense in protecting the organization from risk and liability.
Follow these eight tips to increase safety when driving on gravel, which can reduce tire traction and vehicle control.
High temperatures can lead to engines overheating, breakdowns, and tire blowouts. Here are nine tips for managing this hazard.
Three-point turns and other slow-speed maneuvers can easily result in minor collisions, so it's important to execute them in a safe way.
Advanced technology on current vehicles can play havoc with car washes, which have retained traditional washing systems.
Follow these six tips to avoid confrontations with drivers who engage in tailgating, unnecessary horn honking, verbal assaults, or making hostile hand gestures.
All too often, motorists make a hasty decision to make a U-turn at the wrong place and in the incorrect manner. This can lead to collisions and even fatalities.
Drivers can follow these six tips so they know how to safely share urban streets with electric scooter users.
Nearly 96% of drivers believe reading a text or email on a hand-held cellphone while driving is very or extremely dangerous as compared with 79.8% who feel the same way about talking on a hand-held cellphone, according to a new AAA study.
The third Monday of June is Ride to Work Day. It's a day that celebrates the joys of motorcycle riding. It's also an ideal day to remind fleet drivers why and how to safely share the road with motorcyclists.