Nothing ‘Fringe’ about Employer Costs Associated with Crashes

Our Driving Concern Sr. Program Manager Lisa Robinson points out driver behavior — and driver error — is a contributing factor in about 94% of crashes. The most typical errors include:

  • Missing road hazards or detecting them too slowly
  • Choosing the incorrect defensive driving action
  • Driving in a distracted or altered state, such as having inadequate sleep, being distracted by a phone or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol