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Fleet Safety Program

How to Keep Fleet Accident Rates Low

Accident rates in the U.S. have been growing in recent years. Fleets now have to use best practices to tackle the increasingly difficult task of keeping their drivers safe while the roads they’re driving on become more dangerous.

Ways to Reduce Preventable Accidents

While having a robust fleet safety policy will help prevent accidents from occurring for fleets, technologies, such as telematics, can help also greatly curb preventable accidents.

Snapshot of Fleet Manager Concerns and Pain Points

Summer is a busy time in fleet. There’s an abundance of next-model-year OEM fleet meetings, new-model intros, and industry conferences, which offer ample opportunities to “talk fleet” with the movers and shakers of our industry. If you want to know what's happening in the fleet market, you need to talk with fleet managers -- lots of them.

How Fleets Can Minimize Liability Exposure

The best practices to limiting liability exposure begins with a good driver screening process and continues all the way to how drivers handle themselves in the event of an accident.

Turning Saved Pennies Into Saved Dollars

It has been said that a fleet manager’s cost-saving focus should be on the two largest expense categories: depreciation and fuel. But once that has been done, where does a fleet manager look for additional cost reductions?

Tackling Fleet Driver Privacy Issues

Implementing telematics into a fleet can be daunting, especially if fleet drivers don’t understand the technology’s value. It's important to address any fleet driver concerns as soon as they arise.