Driver & Fleet Safety
Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) on your commercial vehicles can offer safety benefits to your employees. Here are some considerations on implementing ADAS into your fleet.
The 2023 Travelers Risk Index for Business finds employees are using their phone when they are behind the wheel, and it may contribute to distracted driving behaviors. Here’s a look at key findings to learn more.
Warm weather brings summer driving hazards. Learn how your drivers can handle these hazards and help stay safe when driving in the summer.
A formal fleet safety program can help maximize fleet efficiency, enhance safety, and more.
Help your drivers stay safer in case of an accident. Build a fleet seat belt policy with these tips.
Efforts to comply with a federal rule can be an opportunity for companies to adopt a more robust telematics program.
Fleet maintenance through a well-managed program can help you operate an effective fleet.
More food service businesses are adapting their operations for delivery and curbside pickup. Know how to manage these services effectively to help protect your employees and your business.
Rear-end collisions can cause serious harm to people and property and can create significant costs for business owners. Learn how to help reduce rear-end accidents and protect your company's bottom line.
Will insurance remain relevant as the world transitions to cars that drive themselves? Find out how insurance can adapt to changing risks.
Whether you have employees driving occasionally or an entire fleet of drivers, help keep them and others safe by sharing these precautions.
Hiring safe drivers and following these driver screening tips can help reduce business liability in case of an accident.
Whether you transport cargo or have employees driving regularly for work, some adjustments are likely as you respond to a public health outbreak and adapt to new ways of doing business.