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Share the Road Many “Share the Road” initiatives speak to the drivers of passenger vehicles and focus on how to drive around large trucks, motorcyclists, etc. This approach is ...
ATA Issues Recommendations for Drivers in Areas of Unrest This week, the American Trucking Associations (ATA), ATA Safety Management Council (SMC), and the ATA Transportation Security Council (TSC) provided the following ...
Understanding Roundabouts Roundabouts can be dangerous for truck drivers, pedestrians, and the motoring public. Read the information below and ask yourself if there are actions you can ...
Railroad Crossings Side-impact collisions between a semi-truck and train can result in devastating losses. The key to preventing a crash is to be able to recognize the hazards that ...
Preventing Crashes with Stationary Objects Hitting stationary objects are preventable crashes. The key to preventing such accidents is to recognize the hazards that can lead to a collision with a ...
Know the Hazards of Rollovers Tractor-trailers typically have a high center of gravity, which makes them susceptible to rollover crashes. The key to preventing a rollover is for drivers to be ...
Preventing Accidents When Backing Up One out of four vehicle accidents can be attributed to poor backing techniques, according to the National Safety Council. The Council also found that backing ...
Drug and Alcohol Testing The FMCSA’s Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse went into effect on Jan. 6. All drivers with a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or commercial learner’s permit (CLP) ...
6 Tips to Help Keep You & Your Employees Safe in Winter-Weather Driving Vehicle pile-ups and accidents are a common occurrence during the winter months. In fact, the U.S Department of Transportation estimates that snow, slush, sleet, ...
Tire Inflation Safety Tire and rim servicing can be extremely dangerous and are to be preformed only by trained professionals that meet OSHA's safety requirements. Employers must ...

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