For drivers, safety is an ongoing concern. Each day behind the wheel means navigating construction zones, weather issues, distracted drivers on the road and much more.
Knowing proper driving safety principles is an effective way to reduce the risk of crashes, but each driver’s behavior after hours also affects how he or she will perform behind the wheel. This e-book looks at how everyday habits can help (or hurt) the way drivers respond to situations they face every day.
Each year, crashes cost employers an estimated $47.4 billion, according to the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety. Learning how drivers can change their habits to improve their driving decisions not only reduces the risk of crashes and lower employers’ costs, it also creates happier and healthier drivers.