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8 Summer Driving Tips

1 min to readDriver safety
Due to longer daylight hours and a generally more relaxed feeling, two-thirds of drivers believe summer is the safest driving season, according to AAA research. However, it's actually the exact opposite with the time period ranging from Memorial Day to Labor Day being the 100 Deadliest Days on the Road.

In 2012 alone, there were nearly 10,000 fatalities between Memorial Day and Labor Day due to car crashes, according to the National Safety Council.

Now is the time to remind your commercial drivers to be extra vigilant while driving in the summer. Experts offer the following advice for safe summer driving.

Before Hitting the Road

On the Road

Published at July 1, 2019
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