Discover how the ISAAC Coach enhances road safety through eco-driving, reducing accidents and boosting efficiency in trucking.
Explore the top advantages of dash cams for trucks: speeding up claims, protecting drivers, enhancing safety, and informing fleet management.
Enhance safety, fuel economy, and driver happiness with the ISAAC Coach. This innovative in-cab coaching solution provides real-time feedback to drivers.
Fleet safety plays an enormous role in the success of trucking operations. Learn how technology and training can be central to any truck driver safety program.
Successful truck driver training and incentive programs hinge on using the right in-cab technology that is practical and easy to use.
Wheel-off incidents can be catastrophic. Fleets can prevent these accidents with smart wheel retorquing management.
Fleets and drivers undergo multiple types of roadside inspections. Focus on safety, training, and driver support to ensure compliance.
A lack of safe truck parking spots has been a serious industry issue for more than a decade, making life difficult for drivers and fleets.
Prevent nuclear verdicts with a strong fleet safety culture. Dashcams and truck telemetry also reduce the risk of large jury rewards against trucking companies.
Operation Safe Driver Week (July 10-16, 2022) is an educational and enforcement campaign that seeks to reduce risky driving behavior.
Here, we discuss how increased efficiency can improve employee safety and well-being, and describe how technology can be used to implement more beneficial efficiency initiatives.
The North American Standard Inspection Program from the CVSA has 8 different levels of inspection. The most common levels of inspection during the annual safety blitz are Level I and Level II.
Since April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, we’re taking this opportunity to share information and tips on the subject. Together we can fight distracted driving.
Take advantage of telematics, critical event videos and advanced driver assistance systems, all within the same platform.
Driver scorecards and real-time coaching have become essential training tools helping to improve skills and reward good driving.
This year’s Brake Safety Week will take place August 22-28 throughout North America. Inspectors will pay attention to brake hoses and tubing.
Telematics plays a key role in establishing and maintaining a safety culture within your fleet. The data gives you a view of your operations.
The ISAAC coach shows truck drivers how to improve their driving to maximize performance, safety and save fuel.
In 2020, traffic fatalities increased, despite a decrease in travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reduction in vehicles on the road should have painted a brighter picture, but it did not.
In this article, you’ll learn about the types of dashcams and the reasons why you should integrate them to your truck fleet.
Why do wheels come off? Learn how telematics, along with people, processes and technology, can help prevent wheel-off accidents.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) Brake Safety Week will take place, Aug. 23-29, 2020, in North America.
Does your company have a safety strategy?Telematics solutions can aid in the creation of a strong safety culture and provide data to guide company policy.
By supplying your drivers with adapted work tools designed for the trucking industry, you help eliminate sources of distracted driving.
The legalization of cannabis in Canada in October has attracted a lot of attention. Carriers have had to create or revise their policies regarding drugs and alcohol to make sure they met legal obligations.
Are you doing your maximum to efficiently manage the inherent risks of your operations? State-of-the-art technologies can help you be proactive in evaluating your risks, as well as preventing potential accidents. E-coaching helps your drivers adopt best practices.
Everything lies in utilizing all possible means to avoid incidents, analyzing data regularly and implementing continued education.
Studies have shown it and statistics speak for themselves: cell phones are not viable options for using as on-board telematics devices.