In her latest blog, “Our Driving Concern,” Senior Program Manager Lisa Robinson recounts the story of a man who spent 20 years working on a road maintenance crew. He died in a crash. He was not wearing his seat belt, and he was ejected from his
Washington — Results of a new poll highlight a gap between awareness that marijuana can cause impaired driving and the belief that its use is contributing to the rising number of fatal vehicle crashes in the United States.
The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America commissioned a Harris
Washington — The Department of Transportation is initiating two pilot projects intended to update the department’s data analysis and integrate its current data sets with new sources, the agency announced during a Jan. 8 meeting of the Transportation Research Board.
One project will combine data on known
The official magazine of The National Safety Council reports older teens’ confidence in their driving ability is dangerously at odds with reality, suggests a new study
commissioned by Liberty Mutual Insurance and Students Against Destructive Decisions.
Researchers surveyed 2,800 teens about their driving attitudes and behaviors. They found that more
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By: Steve Vaughn | Dec 18, 2017
Although the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate is now upon us, many trucking industry professionals remain unprepared. According to an online poll conducted during the first week of December by HELP Inc., the provider of PrePass weigh station bypass services, 49% of the 1,620