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Fleet safety tip: Caution during flash floods

Summer brings flash floods in many parts of the U.S. and Canada. Floods create dangerous driving conditions - a flash flood can rise in minutes. Advice from the Center for Transportation Safety: Don't drive during a flood unless it's absolutely necessary, If you must drive:

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  • Stay alert and drive cautiously. Pay attention to barricades and road signs and stay off the phone.
  • Do not drive through standing water. Roads covered by water are more likely to collapse, and standing water can stall your engine.
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