Avoiding intersection collisions

Intersections can be a dangerous place for drivers as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. They may range from complicated expressway interchanges to simple, rural right-angle crossroads.

Yes, you should wear seatbelts

Wearing seat belts is a prime issue in defensive driving. The use of seat belts over the years has reduced the number of serious injuries and fatalities seen in vehicle accidents.

Steering clear of failure to yield accidents

Without right of way rules, driving would be a mass of confusion, with drivers always trying to beat each other through an intersection. Right of way rules are designed for everyone’s safety.

Ambulance specific safety programs

Get tips from Markel Specialty to help keep practitioners, patients and the general public safe. Learn how to recognize risk, assess its severity, and remove or mitigate it.

Dangerous conditions

Defensive driving tactics often require you to understand dangerous conditions and how to react to them when you are on the road.

The importance of management commitment to a driver safety program

For most organizations, an often overlooked loss exposure are their drivers. According to the National Safety Council, there are more vehicle crashes today than ever before

Law and conditions dictate top speed

Get tips on how to determine the safest speed based on current conditions, brought to you by Markel Specialty.

Hiring safe drivers

Choosing the right person to drive on behalf of your organization should be a fundamental element in managing your driving exposures.

Distracted driving is getting worse

Distracted driving has been cited for the 10.4% increase of traffic-related fatalities in the first six months of 2016.

Are near-misses better than simulations?

What's a near-miss? The simplest definition is something bad almost happens, but doesn't.