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Enforcing a fleet safety program can't be done in a vacuum. Fleet managers, along with fleet stakeholders--including HR, legal, and risk management departments--must develop a clear set of policies that are easily communicated and understood by drivers and other employees.
According to conventional wisdom, pulling a driver’s motor vehicle record (MVR) once a year is enough to identify risky drivers. In fact, it gives risky drivers a long grace period before discovery and unnecessarily raises the fleet’s risk profile and potential for a costly liability claim.
Technology is making fleets safer. Continuous MVR monitoring can alert fleet managers and company leadership to any driver with an elevated risk profile, allowing the behavior to be corrected before a more serious incident occurs.
Picture this scenario: It’s nearing the end of the work day and it has been a productive, but uneventful day — thank goodness — and you’re almost ready to head home for a well-earned evening of relaxation. Just as you’re getting ready to walk out the door, you get a phone call. One of your drivers rear-ended another vehicle on […]
While annual MVR checks have long been the accepted best practice to monitor drivers, continuous MVR monitoring offers fleet managers an accurate, up-to-date window on the fleet’s risk profile, helping to cut costs and minimize liability.