We are all familiar with the dangers of driving while intoxicated, but there is something we do far more frequently than can be just as deadly: texting while driving.
Every year, thousands of drivers are involved in car accidents, whether it's something as minor as getting into a fender bender or something as serious as getting into an accident that sends someone to the hospital.
The emergence of the dashboard camera, or a dash cam, in short, has been one of this century's remarkable contributions, thanks to technology. The astounding footage caught by dash cams across the world has become a source of entertainment on the internet. However, that is just scratching the surface of what is possible.
By 2021, 37 deaths were caused by faulty airbags recalled in over three million cars. Earlier, a GM flawed ignition switch caused 124 fatalities. These deaths happened both before and after the recall.
Most growing fleet companies that rely on qualified drivers complain about struggling to find and hire reliable drivers. The following tools and tricks can magically increase your team's number of qualified drivers.
Successful trucking organizations do understand that operational efficiency usually depends on many factors, and drivers' motivation is one of them. Efficient operations in a company require not only top-quality equipment, seamless systems, productive and effective processes, but also experienced and properly appreciated drivers.
If you drive a gas-powered vehicle, you are already familiar with the check engine warning light. This signal can create a mix of emotions for different drivers.
To understand the future of cars, not only do we need to understand what we mean by artificial intelligence, but we may reach a point where we need to look at what we mean by cars. But before we go forward, let's look back.
Driving is an act of bravery, confidence, and necessity. Each fleet driver needs to be aware that any encounter on the road is an opportunity to avoid an accident.
It's essential to ensure that everything about your vehicles is in order as long as you use your vehicle on a public highway. The National Highways Highway Traffic Administration keeps watching over the quality of vehicles using public roads.