Mercedes-Benz research found that van drivers are failing to drink enough water due to work pressures

Survey finds van drivers are failing to stay hydrated due to...

Seven in ten van drivers say that work pressures severely impact their ability to keep hydrated and have a healthy diet – with 27...
The ADLV recommends more frequent driving licence checks for high-risk drivers and says fleets should not rely on drivers self-reporting.

Fleets urged to increase frequency of licence checks on high-risk drivers

The Association for Driving Licence Verification (ADLV) is encouraging fleets to increase the frequency of driving licence checks on high-risk drivers. New ADLV recommendations advise...
fleet managers could be wasting money as well as their own – and their drivers’ – time if they are delivering training that is easily forgotten

How does today’s employee driver learn?

The way people learn has changed. At one time fleet drivers would be educated through on-the-road training alone. Technology enabled such training to move...
“Managers should try to frame changes to policies as positively as they can.” That’s the best way of discouraging employee drivers from using phones at the wheel, according to Brittany Shoots-Reinhard.

How managers can help employees avoid distracted driving

“Managers should try to frame changes to policies as positively as they can.” That’s the best way of encouraging employee drivers to resist using phones at...
Think you could give up distracted driving for good? All it takes is acceptance of the risks. In this final stage of our Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D. explains the simple steps all drivers can take to resist distracted driving for the long-term.

Distraction Denial Stage 7: Accepting the facts

What does it take to give up distracted driving for good? According to eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D., accepting the facts is the...
Distraction Denial Stage 6: I can’t afford to lose the productivity, I’ll take the risk

Distraction Denial Stage 6: I can’t afford to lose the productivity,...

How do mobile phone bans for employee drivers really impact on productivity? In Stage 6 of our Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning...
From entertainment systems and navigation to internet hotspots and voice-delivered text messages, modern cars have it all. But, while having the latest technologies in their vehicle might make a driver feel safe, such technologies can cause cognitive distractions and increase risk for drivers

Distraction Denial Stage 5: My car’s technology makes me safe

From entertainment systems and navigation to internet hotspots and voice-delivered text messages, modern cars have it all. But are the latest technologies helping to...
Seven Stages of Distraction Denial with Dr Paul Atchley, Stage 4, Hands-free phone calls are OK

Distraction Denial Stage 4: Hands-free calls are OK

What’s the difference between a hand-held phone conversation and a hands-free phone conversation while driving? In Stage 4 of our Seven Stages of Distraction Denial...
In this third instalment of the Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning Brain Scientist Advisor Paul Atchley Ph.D. reveals just how risky it is to text at stoplights to help managers and drivers understand the real impacts of distracted driving.

Distraction Denial Stage 3: It’s OK to text at stoplights

Is texting at stoplights any safer than texting while in moving traffic? In this third instalment of the Seven Stages of Distraction Denial series, eDriving’s award-winning...