When it comes to auto safety, most business owners have the same goals: be known for your quality products and service, have fewer accidents, give better customer service, save money and be a more attractive risk.
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Hanover Risk Solutions can steer you to the education, training and resources you need to address the gaps in your training and maintenance program, help you change direction toward a more profitable program, or merely help make your already sound program even better.
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Tip of the Month
Slow down on wintery roads
A good rule of thumb for what a safe speed is in winter? According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, you should think of 1/3 and 1/2: reduce the safe speed you’d usually drive — assuming it’s a safe speed and well within the limits — on dry, clear roads by 1/3 if the roads are wet and by 1/2 MORE on snowy roads. Such a rule, however, should probably go out the window if other factors are in play: is visibility limited by snow or rain or sleet? Are conditions changing as you drive during a storm? Is it snow on top of ice? Are vehicles ahead of you having trouble with skids? Slow to a crawl and pull off the road — carefully — if you can’t safely control your vehicle in the current conditions. Find out more commercial vehicle safety tips on FMCSA’s site.