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Of 3 million events coached this summer, the following five risky behaviors were the most prevalent, with drivers not wearing seatbelts and unsafe following distance together accounting for 54% of the top five, according to Lytx Data.

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Fleet Readers Sound Off on Fleet Issues of Today

Automotive Fleet views itself as a facilitator to provide different voices from the industry to discuss today’s challenges. This regular column is designed to provide a platform for fleet managers to let their voices be heard to their peers and other fleet professionals.

NHTSA Gives 11 Volvo 2021 Cars 5-Star Safety Ratings

The 5-Star Safety Ratings program evaluates how vehicles perform in crash tests. NHTSA conducts frontal, side and rollover tests because these types account for the majority of crashes on America's roadways.

Fleet Response Named 2020 Top Ohio Workplace

Fleet Response has been recognized as a “Best Workplace in Ohio” by Ohio Business Magazine for the second consecutive year, and is among the top companies in Ohio to be selected for the award.

Getting Fleet Back on Track

Restarting truck fleets after the pandemic requires attending to mechanical issues, understanding the new compliance landscape, and bringing your personnel back online safely and efficiently.

Top 5 Risky Behaviors for Distribution Drivers

The most risky behavior reported in 2019 were cellphone/device distractions, the consumption of food or beverages while driving, drivers not using seat belts, smoking, and moments of late response.

Fleet Policy is a Living Document

Each fleet has a DNA of sorts, which is comprised of the procedures and regulations that are codified in its corporate fleet policy. It is these policies that determine the type of fleet that is operated and its characteristics.