Fleet management video cameras or dashcams may be essential for protecting your fleet, but how can you get your drivers to accept it?

It’s easy to find driver comments online about dash cams. Some experienced drivers take pride in their safety records and feel the dash cam is an intrusion or a cause for stress. A few drivers mention how video can prove that the car driver is often at fault in an accident with fleet trucks. This video evidence can exonerate the professional fleet truck driver and reduce expensive insurance claims How can we answer driver questions and make it easier for them to see the value of dashcams in their fleet vehicles?. Read More

Rising Gas Prices: How Fleet Management Can Help

The cost of gas is the highest it’s been since the start of the pandemic. It. Demand for gasoline decreased last spring as travel slowed while people quarantined at home. And gas prices dropped 27 cents from 2019. But pump prices have steadily risen as the crisis has continued. By the end of 2020, it reached $2.31, according to the AAA. In January 2021, diesel averaged $2.63 across the country. Read More

Oh man, it’s that time of year again. When folks are out on unfamiliar road braving the winter weather in hopes of seeing their families for the holidays. While that sounds lovely for the families involved, the rest of us are often forced to watch from the next lane, white-knuckling our steering wheels, as distracted and ill-prepared drivers make our commutes a bit more interesting. >> Continue Reading

Ever hear of the “doorway effect”? It’s what happens when you walk through a door and forget what you were saying, doing, and even why you passed through the doorway in the first place. You’ll be heading for the kitchen with every intention of making yourself a peanut butter sandwich, get there, completely blank on your purpose for being there, and confusedly resign yourself to a dinner of leftover rice and ranch dressing. All thanks to the doorway effect. >> Continue Reading