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June 2015, Government Fleet - Feature

Policies & Programs to Reduce Distracted Driving

The City of Tulsa (Okla.) encourages its employees to pull over before using a cell phone. Photo courtesy of City of Tulsa

By Brittni Rubin

Driver safety policies and programs can help reduce collisions, saving lives and public funds. Here’s how public agencies have created, implemented, and spread the word about driver safety policies.

Tags: Distracted Driving, Sonoma County, City of Tulsa, Mobile Awareness, Fleet Safety Program

March 2013, Government Fleet - Feature

Distracted Driving Trends and Prevention

SmartDrive&amp;rsquo;s 2012 driver behavior study showed the top five distractions drivers new to the study were most likely to engage in while on the road.<br />Data courtesy of SmartDrive.

By Brittni Rubin

While many laws are in place to prevent on-road collisions, driver distraction — caused by everything from eating to mobile device usage — still remains a weighty Concern within fleets. However, reviewing current trends and tips can help fleets gain a better understanding in order to help mitigate the problem.

Tags: Distracted Driving, Driver Safety Tips

January 2009, Automotive Fleet - Feature

Texting While Driving: A Major No-No!

By Lisajoyce Vergara

Texting while driving, one of the latest forms of driver distraction, poses significant accident risks and has gained the attention of lawmakers developing anti-texting laws.

Tags: Texting, DWT, Cell Phone Use, Distracted Driving

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