We're all guilty of driving distracted at some point or another. Perhaps it's sneaking a peak at a new text message or sipping a soda. But do we really understand the risk it poses not only to ourselves, but others on the road? Compound those risks when you're talking about a field services fleet where countless technicians are on the road to and from job sites all day long. There's no such thing as a safe glance at your hand-held device. In this ebook, we'll review the types of driving distractions, the real risks it poses fleets, and what you can do to protect your fleet, your reputation and your business.
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