Truckers during the winter
Winter is coming
With the winter season right around the corner, now is the time to start preparing equipment as well as drivers for the risks posed by rain, sleet, snow, fog, and wind. While a vast majority
of weather-related crashes happen on wet pavement and during rainfall, a smaller percentage of weather-related crashes occur in winter conditions. Also, your dispatch service can assist you to stay away from risky areas.When it comes to snowier climates, Fred Fakkema, VP of safety and compliance at Zonar Systems, suggested that drivers need to pack more provisions before heading out such as heavier blankets or outerwear. ”Drivers may need more bright lights, waterproof clothing, sleeping bags, and rainboots. No matter what, all safety kits should include bottled water and nonperishable food, flashlights, batteries, and tools such
as screwdrivers” Fakkema said.
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