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How Truck Repair Works with FleetNet America

Posted by Paige Stewart on March 30, 2017 - 8:03 AM

Managing fleet breakdowns

Roadside breakdowns are inconvenient and can result in unexpected downtime, delayed deliveries and unhappy customers. When emergency roadside events occur, it’s important to contact a repair service that can get you up and running quickly and efficiently. FleetNet America® is dedicated to reducing repair time and turning chaotic situations into order.

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What is a CSA Score?

Posted by Becca Soard on March 6, 2017 - 2:02 PM

How the CSA program keeps roads safe

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), “More than 5 million truck and bus drivers share America’s roads with more than 250 million motorists.” With that many heavy-duty vehicles and personal cars on the road, safety is a major concern. To help protect all drivers, the FMCSA developed the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program to monitor commercial carriers and encourage better on-road performance.

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How to Stay Safe During a Roadside Breakdown

Posted by Becca Soard on February 17, 2017 - 10:00 AM

Emergency breakdown safety tips

Every roadside breakdown results in lost time and money. When trucks and drivers are at a standstill, customers have to wait longer for their deliveries, fleets have to spend more time on a single job, and both parties lose production time. Along with these issues, driver and equipment safety can become a major concern. To keep your assets safe, it’s important to properly train drivers on how to handle breakdown situations.

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Tractor trailer driving tips for winter weather

Posted by Becca Soard on February 2, 2017 - 1:25 PM

Winter driving tips for heavy duty vehicles

Hitting the road in winter weather is risky for any driver, but particularly for truck drivers pulling trailers over long distances. Winter brings elements like snow, ice, slush and gusting winds — all of which can lead to hazardous driving conditions. Drivers who are dedicated to southern states typically don’t have as much risk, but they should still pay attention to the weather reports and warnings for the route ahead. Those in the north or who run all 48 states have a greater chance of driving in winter conditions.

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