FleetForce Truck Driving School announced plans to open two training facilities in Venice and Fort Myers along Florida’s Gulf Coast in an expansion of its collaborative pre-hire program announced in November.April 6, 2022
Most professional female truck drivers believe their cabs are safe places, but they recommend that motor carriers adopt training policies allowing them the option for a same-gender trainer when involved in on-the-road activities, a new survey shows.
Trucking companies are increasingly raising pay to combat driver capacity issues, but in this highly competitive environment that alone may not be enough.July 28, 2021
Risky driving and fatal crashes surged in 2020. As a result, your drivers are dealing with even more difficult roadways and must stay vigilant with their own safety. But you know that safer driving doesn’t just happen. It takes strategic planning, training, coaching, and proven technology to successfully reduce risk in, and around, your vehicles.May 1, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic makes it challenging to provide training to drivers due to the need for social distancing, but technology is helping bridge this gap.
Coaching programs should be geared to the drivers who are receiving training, according to panelists at American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition.
Fast-track the development of a positive fleet safety culture with cutting-edge technology. Hear from industry leaders about how gamifying driver safety can encourage drivers to improve and maintain good driving habits while simultaneously reducing the need for managers to coach drivers face-to-face.October 15, 2020
As the coronavirus gripped the nation, companies across the trucking industry were forced to alter their operations while confronting the pandemic. For some, that included driver training and orientation.September 24, 2020