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.
Infrastructure in Plains states such as North Dakota, Kansas and South Dakota in better shape than Northeast states such as New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island, according to annual highway study by Reason Foundation.
With more than 500,000 vehicles equipped with a video-based safety solution, it’s clear this technology is becoming the new norm for many fleets. From for-hire and private trucking to transit agencies and government fleets, video is helping...
Forward collision mitigation technology for heavy trucks has had years to mature and prove itself, and research and experience show it could save lives and costs. Should the government mandate it on commercial trucks?