In this white paper...

  • The numerous advantages of the "new way" of monitoring
  • MVRs and the role of the Fleet Manager
  • The average cost of a car crash [Infographic]
  • Comparison of costs with and without monitoring program [infographic]

The State of Driver Monitoring

It cannot be emphasized enough...

Minimizing the effects of or removing risky drivers from a fleet is the highest value a fleet can gain from its safety program, not only because it protects lives, but goes directly to protecting a company’s bottom line. There is a powerful tool that every fleet has at its disposal – and should be taking advantage of – to pinpoint the riskiest drivers in the fleet and take action before a crash or a fatality occurs. The results are telling – fleets become more efficient, the bottom line for the company is improved, and safety for the fleet and society as a whole is improved.

The state of driver monitoring is divided into two broad camps: Fleets that perform MVR monitoring the “old way” and fleets that perform MVR monitoring the “new way”. In this 5 page white paper you will learn how the “new way” has numerous advantages over the “old way” and most importantly, how it can save fleets and the companies they serve the costs associated with risky drivers.

Did you know?

A non-injury crash costs an employer an average of $16,500. An on-the-job crash with injury costs an employer upwards of $76,000*.

*NHTSA

 

 



White Paper: The State of Driver Monitoring