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.
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 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]