How bad does it have to get BEFORE intervention.....

Sinister

Order of The Gilded Flip Flop
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#21
Look them up on Safer. That is where the reporterS normally get that stat. QC runs under a couple different sets of numbers though IIRC. They have affiliates like Ryan and others right?

Correct, but all the affiliates operate under QC's numbers.
 

joseph1135

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#23
I'd like to see where the reporter got the stats from.

Is he including backing into a yellow pole as a crash?

The way it's written, makes it look like one tenth of the fleet has hit another vehicle on the highway. I know for a fact that's not true.
A DOT recordable accident is one where one or more vehicles are towed. There's a lot of Swift trucks. That's a lot of chances to get into a wreck, their fault or not.

Combine that with **** poor training, and those numbers are incredibly easy to attain.
 

mndriver

curmudgeon extraordinare
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Thread starter #24
A DOT recordable accident is one where one or more vehicles are towed. There's a lot of Swift trucks. That's a lot of chances to get into a wreck, their fault or not.

Combine that with **** poor training, and those numbers are incredibly easy to attain.
three conditions make it reportable...

Nurse, hearse or a hook.