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  • [Playlists] The Ultimate Truck Driving Mix

    [Playlists] The Ultimate Truck Driving Mix

    Finding things to pass the time and keep yourself focused on the road can be difficult.We’ve made Spotify playlists of some of our favorite driving songs for your listening pleasure.

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  • The Best Way to be Safe: Lead by Example

    The Best Way to be Safe: Lead by Example

    Safety starts from the top. Addressing negative habits on the road is imperative to help prevent fatal consequences. Learn more about why it is important to create a culture of safety.

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  • Handling Accidents of Any Size

    Handling Accidents of Any Size

    Being involved in an accident can be alarming and disorienting, but an accident involving a commercial truck can be downright frightening. Who do you call? What actions do you take?

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  • Driver Spotlight: Tips for Maintaining Relationships on the Road

    Driver Spotlight: Tips for Maintaining Relationships on the Road

    For February's Driver Spotlight, we spoke with Shaun and Guillermo about the importance of maintaining relationships. This is an important skill for truck drivers to have.

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  • Setting Goals with Centerline Driver Chris Happel

    Setting Goals with Centerline Driver Chris Happel

    For this month's Spotlight Story, we spoke with Chris Happel. Learn more about Chris' personal and professional goals, and how he focuses on those goals while on the road.

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  • "I Can do This" - the Mantra of a Female Driver

    "I Can do This" - the Mantra of a Female Driver

    “I can do this.” These are the words Toni Payment repeated to herself when she quit her job as an armed security guard. These are the words she repeated as she enrolled in trucking school.

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  • Safety's Most Wanted List

    Safety's Most Wanted List

    The National Transportation Safety Board released its 2019 most wanted list. The list outlines the top safety improvements that can be made to prevent accidents and minimize injuries.

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  • Accidents Happen Every Day. Do You Know Why?

    Accidents Happen Every Day. Do You Know Why?

    According to FMCSA, truck accidents have increased by 20% over the past two decades. In this article, we have outlined a few of the most common factors contribute to accidents

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  • Are You Driving Towards an Accident?

    Are You Driving Towards an Accident?

    Distractions are everywhere on the road, both inside and outside the vehicle. Learn what the most common distractions are on the road.

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  • April Regulation Round Up

    April Regulation Round Up

    As a career coach, Centerline is committed to keeping professional drivers up-to-date on hot button issues. Read April's hot topics.

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  • March Regulation Round-Up

    March Regulation Round-Up

    As a career coach, Centerline is committed to keeping professional drivers up-to-date on hot button issues. Read March's hot topics.

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  • February Regulation Round-Up

    February Regulation Round-Up

    As a career coach, Centerline is committed to keeping professional drivers up-to-date on hot button issues. Read February's hot topics.

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  • Safety first: What causes of accidents?

    Safety first: What causes of accidents?

    Centerline is committed to helping fleet managers and transportation professionals learn how to handle some of the industry’s most pressing safety issues and concerns.

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  • When in Doubt: G.O.A.L. - Get Out and Look!

    When in Doubt: G.O.A.L. - Get Out and Look!

    A costly and dangerous mistake that truckers sometimes make is backing up without first getting out and looking behind the vehicle. These are preventable backing accidents if the drivers takes a few m

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  • Understanding CSA Point Values

    Understanding CSA Point Values

    Compliance, Safety and Accountability Points (CSA Points) were created to ensure that drivers and their employers comply with safety standards set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

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  • How to Master the 5 Principles of Smith System Driving

    How to Master the 5 Principles of Smith System Driving

    There are many types of driving systems to choose from but one of the most common is the Smith System. It was invented by Harold Smith in 1952 to increase the safety of commercial drivers.

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  • How to protect yourself from skin cancer as a truck driver

    How to protect yourself from skin cancer as a truck driver

    As a professional truck driver, you get a lot of sun exposure every day. It hits the left side of your face and body. Although glass does filter out harmful UVB rays, it cannot filter out UVA

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  • 7 healthy snack ideas for drivers to take on the road

    7 healthy snack ideas for drivers to take on the road

    Staying healthy on the road can be difficult. The choices are often gas stations or fast food restaurants, both filled with unhealthy landmines. Packing your own snacks is often the best option.

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  • The 6 Most Common Causes for Flat Tires

    The 6 Most Common Causes for Flat Tires

    Long days on the road means the chances of experiencing truck trouble, such as flat tires, are high. And while no one enjoys getting a flat tire, it is important to know the common causes and fixes.

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  • What is a DOT Recordable Accident?

    What is a DOT Recordable Accident?

    Not all accidents are the same. The Federal Department of Transportation (DOT), which oversees the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), requires carriers to follow certain procedures.

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