At Centerline. safety is our #1 priority. We want to educate our drivers on the latest news and stories in safety.
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.
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?
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
How Well Do You Know the BASICs?
BASIC stands for Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Category that the FMCSA uses to determine how a motor carrier ranks relative to other carriers. There are seven principles to follow.