Trucking news to related to fleet safety programs that keep drivers, technicians, other employees, and the general public safe. From complying with drivers’ hours of service rules to research and collision-prevention efforts, a well-thought out and executed safety plan can help fleets reduce risk and their overall operating costs.
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Solar eclipse: What trucking needs to know

April 4, 2024
The first total solar eclipse since 2017 will be visible in 13 states on April 8. This astronomical event could affect trucking operations beginning this weekend.
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How Maryland fleets are faring after the Baltimore bridge collapse

April 4, 2024
Freight movement around the Baltimore area is limited after the bridge collapse, while travel to and from the Port of Baltimore and surrounding area struggles with congestion ...
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Together for Safer Roads and the Trucking Association of New York partner to expand Focus on Fleet Safety Training Program in the state

April 4, 2024
By collaborating with TANY, TSR is seeking to make this training initiative available to New York State's fleet operators and drivers, addressing the challenges and needs of this...
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80% Fewer Towable Accidents - 10 Key Strategies

April 2, 2024
After installing grille guards on all of their Class 8 trucks, a major Midwest fleet reported they had reduced their number of towable accidents by 80% post installation – including...
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