Safety Is Everyone’s Concern! We live and breath a safety culture. As commercial drivers prepare for spring, it’s essential to transition from winter driving conditions to a season of new challenges. Here are some tips to help commercial drivers get ready for spring:

  1. Remove Winter Equipment: If you used snow chains or other winter-specific equipment, ensure they are properly removed and stored.
  2. Fluid Check: Verify that all fluids (engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, etc.) are at the appropriate levels. Consider an oil change if it’s due.
  3. Tire Maintenance: Check tire pressure and tread depth. Transition to all-season or summer tires if you’ve been using winter tires.
  4. Clean and Degrease: Give your truck a thorough cleaning, including the undercarriage. Remove any salt or winter grime to prevent corrosion.
  5. Check Cooling System: Ensure the radiator and cooling system are in good condition. Clean or replace air filters as needed.
  6. Inspect Wipers and Washer Fluid: Check windshield wipers for wear and tear, and replace them if necessary. Refill the washer fluid reservoir.
  7. Adjust to Spring Conditions: Be prepared for changing weather patterns. Spring can bring rain, so make sure your windshield wipers are effective, and you have rain gear on hand.
  8. Plan for Construction Zones: Spring often means an increase in road construction. Stay informed about construction zones along your route and plan accordingly.
  9. Watch for Wildlife: Animals become more active in spring. Be cautious and watch for wildlife, especially in rural or wooded areas.
  10. Prepare for Allergies: Spring is also allergy season. If you suffer from allergies, be prepared with necessary medications and take steps to minimize exposure.

By taking these steps, commercial drivers can ensure their vehicles are in optimal condition and they are well-prepared for the unique challenges that spring may bring on the road. Stay safe! If you have feedback and suggestions, send details to

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