On the Fourth of July, many of us pause to give thanks for our nation’s independence. Sadly, it is also the most hazardous day to be on the road, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Here are driving tips to stay safe on the road this holiday.
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As a professional driver, you know first-hand the dangers of driving too fast for conditions. Here are a few accident statistics and safety tips to reduce your speed.
We want to recognize our safest drivers that go above and beyond. Our Driver Safety Recognition Program will reward drivers who make safety a priority.
At Centerline, our drivers are like our family and the focus of everything we do. We’re excited for our one year anniversary of program built just for our drivers called Respect the Drive™.
Oe responsibility you may not be thinking about as a truck driver who drives for a living is more health-related, and it is your eyesight.
We’ve put together a guide of truck driver recruitment tips and tricks to help you navigate this new recruitment landscape.
Summer presents its fair share of driving challenges. Now is the time to be aware of these issues and to keep your guard up. Here are some tips for driving safely in the summer.
Because they needed both truck drivers and a contingent workforce, they turned to the Staff Management | SMX and Centerline Driver teams for help.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) will hold its annual International Roadcheck from May 17-19. International Roadcheck is a 72-hour high-volume commercial motor vehicle inspection.
NPTC inducted four drivers into the NPTC Driver Hall of Fame who have driven 15 million miles without an accident. What can we learn from these award-winning drivers?
Our third annual State of Trucking survey hoped to gather how drivers were feeling after another year of the pandemic. See how you measure up against your peers, where the industry stands as a whole.
On average, more than 700 fatalities occur in work zones each year. Commercial motor vehicle (CMV) and passenger vehicle drivers both need to be particularly careful while traveling through work zones
Drivers are in the literal and figurative driver’s seat to push the industry—but are employers ready to change? The results of our State of Trucking 2022 are in and its shown an industry on the brink.
Our annual State of Trucking 2022 surveyed drivers and transportation employers to see where the industry stands at this critical juncture. Here are the top 5 takeaways.
5F was growing rapidly but lacked the in-house staff to fully support a compliance team. The Centerline team and our Cleared2Drive program was brought on to help with the compliance program.
Staying healthy on the road can be tough as a truck driver. You can maintain a healthy lifestyle by watching what you eat and increasing your activity. Here are a few tips.
Driving in the winter means snow, sleet and ice, which can lead to slower traffic, hazardous road conditions, hot tempers and unforeseen dangers. Once on the road, you need to be prepared and patient.
It can be hard to stay healthy on the road. Luckily, we’ve made it easy with this wellness guide for truck drivers with tips on reducing stress, meditating, nutritious snacks and exercises.
Pay equity means that the criteria employers use to set wages must be sex- and race-neutral. The following map break down these laws state-by-state.
With the ongoing pandemic, there have been even more paid sick leave laws put into place, both permanent and temporary. The following map break down these laws state-by-state.