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State Lawmakers Aim to Eliminate Distracted Driving
NHTSA Open Investigation of 580,000 Tesla Vehicles Outfitted with Video Games
2019 Collision Investigation Highlights Continued Dangers of Distracted Driving
Tesla Adds Dashboard-Mounted Video Games to its Cars
Survey: 45% of People Drive Over the Speed Limit
Distracted Driving - Managing Inattentional Blindness

Distracted Driving - Managing Inattentional Blindness

If you put employees behind the wheel, their most important job is to be defensive drivers who prevent accidents. This makes a more efficient operation with lower costs. However, it’s impossible for employees to prevent accidents if they’re distracted behind the wheel.

October 15, 2021

4 Growing Safety Issues — and Solutions — for Fleets

4 Growing Safety Issues — and Solutions — for Fleets

Fleet managers and safety stakeholders discuss how organizations can address smartphone addiction, in-vehicle distraction, spec’ing for ergonomics, and driver complacency in an era of increasing automation.

October 5, 2021

Fleet Managers Share Strategies to Combat Driver Distraction
Texas Law Makes Seriously Injuring a Pedestrian a Felony
How Does Dopamine Affect Fleet Safety?

How Does Dopamine Affect Fleet Safety?

The risky behaviors driving the alarming rate of crashes during the coronavirus pandemic — along with the addictive behaviors surrounding phone use — are ringing alarm bells for fleets. Where do we go from here?

September 17, 2021

Fleet Safety Seminar: Put Down the Phone—New Tools to Understand and Combat Distracted Driving
Iowa Project Finds 60% of Wrong-Way Drivers Alcohol Impaired
Study: Hands-Free Laws Save Lives

Study: Hands-Free Laws Save Lives

Fiddling with phones is dangerous driving behavior. New research makes a strong case for states to implement hands-free laws.

August 9, 2021

Understanding & Breaking Technology Addiction
Study: The Dangers of Distracted Truck Drivers

Study: The Dangers of Distracted Truck Drivers

The most distracted truck drivers are nearly 72% more likely to be involved in a “near collision” than other drivers, according to new data insights released July 22 by Omnitracs.

July 22, 2021

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