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Defending Your Company. Defending Your Driver. With Video.

Defending Your Company. Defending Your Driver. With Video.

Brittany Britt of Davis Transfer understands the power of video. Get definitive answers on how incidents start and how drivers react. Having forward-facing and cab-facing cameras protects your fleet and provides coaching opportunities against close following, cell phone use and much more. Hear Brittany's story in this video. or, for more information, go to info.smartdrive.net.

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Five Key Fleet Accident Variables

Five Key Fleet Accident Variables

The following charts include data that looks at the age of drivers involved in crashes; accidents by weather type; accident percentages by time of day; accidents by day of week; and the top five accident descriptions.

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More Fleets Making ADAS Tech Mandatory

Fleets that are seeing an increase in preventable accidents, especially in the package delivery...

The availability of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) is a growing influence on vehicle acquisition decisions, but fleets are recognizing the need to properly familiarize drivers on these safety functions before they hit the road.

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Top Five Fleet Accident Descriptions

Approximately 66% of driver nationwide said they would make phone calls while driving through...

Fleet drivers said they experience most vehicle accidents when their parked assets are hit by non-fleet vehicles, an incident that is often the product of distracted driving but may also be a fabricated event by the drivers.

Fleet Incentives

Determine the actual cost of owning and running a vehicle in your fleet. Compare vehicles by class and model.

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Top Videos of 2019 Put Safety First

Here are the 10 most popular videos on AutomotiveFleet.com in 2019.

Closer looks at new trucks and vans were interspersed with seven safety tips among the videos that were the most popular on AutomotiveFleet.com in 2019, proving yet again that driver behavior carries risk that must be managed.

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Vehicle Crashes Remain Leading Employee Death Cause

Motor vehicle crashes were again the leading cause of workplace deaths in 2018.

Motor vehicle crashes and falls remained the leading causes of preventable death on the job in 2018, as preventable and unintentional workplace deaths continue their rise in recent years, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor.

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Nauto Offers Driver Learning Platform

Nauto has introduced a new cloud platform that learns driver behavior in order to predict risky...

Nauto's cloud-based telematics platform powered by artificial intelligence learns driver behaviors, and the company notes it will be able to predict and prevent high-risk driving events, helping fleet managers reduce claims by at least 35%.

Fleet FAQ

Fleet FAQ? Fleet Safety & Risk Management

As a 14-year CEI veteran, Brian Kinniry is the driving force behind the company’s...

Senior Director, Strategic Services

Brian Kinniry

Senior Director, Strategic Services

http://www.ceinetwork.com
Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

Sherry Calkins

Associate Vice President, Strategic Partners

https://www.geotab.com/
Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX

Senior Vice President and General Manager

https://www.wexinc.com
Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

Dain Giesie

Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Enterprise Fleet Management

https://www.efleets.com/en.html?mcid=faq:37241617

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2019 Fleet Safety Conference in Pictures

Fleet safety professionals from across the country converged for the three-day event at the M...

Presenters at the 2019 Fleet Safety Conference covered topics such as the importance of executive buy-in when implementing fleet safety policies, the importance of data in fleet safety, and emerging trends.

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Drunk Driving Fatalities Drop 3.6%

Road deaths from drunk driving crashes fell 3.6% in 2018, according to new data from NHTSA.

In 2018, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports 10,511 people lost their lives in collisions involving drunk driving as compared with 10,908 in 2017, representing a 3.6% decrease.