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Rain and wet roads pose serious hazards for your drivers. Chief among them is hydroplaning. These four tips will help drivers recover, when their vehicle loses traction.

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Hydroplaning Recovery

Fleet drivers in inclement areas may need to deal with hydroplaning, when a tire loses traction after losing contact with pavement mostly due to rain.

Skid Recovery Tactics

These five steps can help a fleet driver deal with a skid on wet leaves strewn on pavement during fall driving conditions.

Florida Auctions Prep for Hurricane Dorian

The nation's largest wholesale vehicle auctions, including Manheim and Adesa, have shifted to digital-only auctions and taken other precautions to protect the facilities from Hurricane Dorian's possible landfall later this week.

How to Deal With an Approaching Hurricane

Hurricanes mean widespread flooding, intense winds, and downed power lines. Follow these 11 tips to prepare yourself if you manage fleets in the path of a coming storm.

Driving Into a Hurricane

Storm chasers gamble big by entering the eye of the storm to collect important data to better understand these massive hurricanes.

Tornado Driving: Staying Safe

What is a driver to do in order to prepare for a potential tornado, or worse still, if he or she finds himself driving through a tornado? Experts from FEMA offer the following advice on how to prepare.

8 Summer Driving Tips

Of AAA's 7 million calls during summer, the top issues include flat tires, dead batteries, and lockouts.