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Winter Driving

Dusk is one of the most dangerous times to drive because our eyes are adjusted to bright skies and pedestrians, cyclists, and objects in the road that can hide in the darker landscape.

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How to Winterize a Vehicle

Following these eight steps will keep fleet drivers on the road during the, at times, unforgiving days of winter weather.

How to Recover From Hydroplaning

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.

The Evolution of Winter Tires

A better understanding of winter tires, including what makes a snow tire, will help fleet managers choose the right tire for vehicles that operate in inclement conditions.

The Challenge of Logistics in Alaska

Transportation is the lifeblood of America's largest state, but challenges posed by geography and weather mean options are severely limited for eight months of the year.

How to Handle Icy Roads

With some areas of the country experiencing the coldest weather in decades, now is a good time to remind your drivers how to avoid or correct a slide on icy roads.

Sliding on Ice

Driving on icy roads can be hazardous. Follow these tips to avoid or correct a slide.

Polar Vortex Chills Fleet Activity

The polar vortex storm that brought South Pole temperatures to the Midwest drastically reduced commercial fleet activity in the Chicago area and caused UPS and the U.S. Postal Service to suspend parcel and mail deliveries in several other states.