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Have a Business Fleet? 4 Rules Your Driving Employees Should Follow

If your company owns a small or large business fleet, your drivers represent your company. Everyday their actions make an impression on the public, but also can be a source or positive advertisement or extreme opposite impact. Because of this, company fleet drivers need to follow the rules of the road.


In particular, these four driving rules are primary in importance and general public safety. Make sure all your fleet drivers know and follow them to the letter, the lives saved could be theirs or anyone else on the daily route, roads, or highways. Fleet safety depends on these rules daily, so do other motorists with them on the roadways.


Always Use Turn Signals

Fleet vehicle, like those from Arrow Truck Sales, are usually bigger and wider, than other road automobiles or motorcycles. Therefore, it seems reasonable that a bigger object in motion, should show courtesy to the other motorists. This is done simply by using turn signals in all driving situations or road conditions. It is common courtesy, plus will save lives.


Plan out Your Daily Routes

Never take company fleet vehicles on the road without a planned daily route schedule. This would seem obvious, because this should be part of the daily work details. Without planned routes, drivers are left to their own devices without goals, any idea where they are going or set deadlines. Not good, especially driving fleet vehicles.


Watch Your Vehicle Speed Limits

It is everyday speeding that causes the majority of accidents. Vehicle drivers tend to speed often, when driving regularly used routes, roads, and highways. This habit is easier to avoid, than it is to break. Plus it can cost companies huge amounts of money in speeding tickets, drivers getting licenses suspended, and potential unwanted auto accidents.


Drinking and Driving Never Mix

Some drivers don’t think without a drink, but never let anybody know at the workplace. This kind of behavior can be deadly, both for employees and the public motorists. If an employee is caught drinking, getting high, or taking prescription pills on the job, it should never be tolerated. This is the worst kind of intoxication mistake, plus is a made to order disaster waiting to happen.


Following these four rules of the road are absolutely necessary, as they are ultimately important to overall vehicular safety. For fleet vehicle drivers, these rules must be made mandatory and enforced for everyone’s benefit. It will be a better day driving, everyday driving for your fleet employees that follow these wisely.

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