Keeping up with traffic. In a hurry. Getting around an unsafe driver. Running late. There's never a good excuse for a truck driver to get a speeding ticket. Under the new CSA, those speeding infractions stick with your driver for three years, and pile on to your company's CSA score for two years.

Speeding is like a little snowball that turns into an avalanche of fines. Because being pulled over for speeding means the state trooper might conduct an inspection and find other violations.

Slowing down your drivers requires a cultural change. Training like our speed management course is an important step to sending the message that it's bad for everyone. If we can help you change the culture in your fleet, get in contact with us. We're happy to talk through what we've learned from hundreds of our other clients over the past decade.

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