Safe drivers don’t just save your business from unnecessary expenses. They save lives, too. Remind your drivers to wear their seat belts, put their mobile devices away, maintain a safe driving distance, and keep their eyes on the road at all times. Being aware of what behaviors are putting your drivers at risk will help you to reduce fleet costs, protect your reputation, and keep our roads safer.
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