Time Management

Time management is an essential skill for any professional driver. Managing your available driving and work hours can be challenging, especially when ...

Engage Drivers To Decrease Turnover

It is no secret that the trucking industry as a whole struggles with driver turnover. On average, drivers stay with their employers for only one ...

Re-Emphasize Rear-End Crash Prevention

Preventing large truck crashes has been and always will be a topic of discussion motor carriers have with their drivers. Large truck crashes cost the ...

FMCSA's New Crash Preventability Determination Program

Contributed by Dave Osiecki, Scopelitis Transportation Consulting LLC Since the inception of the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program at ...

Interpersonal Skills

Interpersonal skills (aka soft skills) are character traits and behaviors we exhibit when interacting with other people. From your attitude and body ...

Share the Road

Many “Share the Road” initiatives speak to the drivers of passenger vehicles and focus on how to drive around large trucks, motorcyclists, etc. This ...

What Motor Carriers Can Do To Prepare For Operation Safe Driver Week

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance campaign is set for July.  Here's how to make sure your drivers and staff are ready.   From July 12-18, 2020, ...

Do Employees Understand Your Business Acumen?

Business acumen is an in-depth understanding of how a company operates, what drives its business decisions, how it generates revenue, and how it is ...

ATA Issues Recommendations for Drivers in Areas of Unrest

This week, the American Trucking Associations (ATA), ATA Safety Management Council (SMC), and the ATA Transportation Security Council (TSC) provided ...

Understanding Roundabouts

Roundabouts can be dangerous for truck drivers, pedestrians, and the motoring public. Read the information below and ask yourself if there are ...