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January 2019

  *CONTEST*    The Vermont Highway Safety Alliance is proud to sponsor the second annual Public Safety Announcement (PSA) award contest designed to change driving habits, for Vermont high school students! Thank you to our sponsors, AAA Northern New England, Co-Operative Insurance Companies, (sponsor for first place

   Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about a third of a second earlier than they would with conventional headlights.    Adaptive headlight systems allow drivers to spot a difficult-to-see object on a dark, curvy road about

By: Jesse Smith, Project Manager/Safety Director    I think the biggest piece of the puzzle when it comes to transcending safety culture in the workplace is getting the employees to buy in to what you are all about. Having your employees understand and respect your role

By: Matt Musgrave, Deputy EVP/Government Relations Director    The 2019/2020 Vermont legislative biennium kicked of Wednesday, January 9. In addition to the usual pomp and circumstance was the introduction of 44 new House and Senate members including 7 new House committee chairs and 2 new Senate

   Given the current lack of drivers and technicians, some fleets may feel pressure to find a body to fill a spot. However, it is important to remember that the wrong onboarding decision wastes time and costs your business money and can have a negative impact