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Driving Dynamics Names Marketing Director

Driving Dynamics Inc. has promoted Irena Dmitry into the role of director of marketing and communications, the fleet driver training company announced. She will report to Art Liggio, president and CEO.

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In-Vehicle Entertainment Proliferates for Fleet Drivers

Commercial fleets, including those in the pharmaceutical industry, use an array of tools and perks, such as in-vehicle infotainment that can keep drivers entertained from Point A to Point B, to increase driver retention, as long as the drivers avoid distraction.

Driving Dynamics Making Strides for Fleet Safety

The fleet safety and risk management company recently changed ownership and made a new acquisition in the pursuit of creating sweeping services.

How Drivers Can be Safe and Productive

Proper scheduling and workload balance can bring out the best in a fleet driver.

How to Curb Aggressive Driving Behaviors

Speeding, sudden lane changes, and failure to yield are the most common aggressive driving behaviors that lead to fatal crashes.

The Importance of Fleet Safety Kits

Fleet drivers may be faced with an emergency at any given moment. For that reason, they need the necessary tools to get themselves out of a jam or to be able to lend a helping hand to other drivers.

Merging Methodically Onto Highways

Fleet managers can teach their drivers to merge safely onto busy highways, by driving defensively and taking precautions to prevent collisions when merging.

How to Prevent 'UFOs' Inside Fleet Vehicles

Anything that is not properly stored in a vehicle has the danger of becoming a flying projectile during a harsh or sudden stop. Stay safe and know what dangers to watch for.

Preventing Distracted Driving

For fleet managers, distractions can turn into millions of dollars in losses due to accidents and the ensuing injuries to drivers and damage to vehicles, as well as any other motorists involved.

AWD Police Vehicles Gain Traction

Traditionally, police vehicles have arrived for duty with rear-wheel or front-wheel drive. Starting with the 2015 model year, Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors will offer at least one police vehicle in an all-wheel or four-wheel-drive configuration.