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The third and final installment in a 3-part series, this blog details the costly mistake one company made by employing a driver with a suspended license and multiple violations.
The second installment in a 3-part series, this blog shows how even a robust driver self-reporting policy couldn’t save this employer from a guilty verdict and millions in damages.
The first, in a 3-part series, Fleet Liability Blog Series Part 1: Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, examines a real life liability court case involving a negligent hiring, training, supervision and entrustment claim.
EAGAN, Minn, (March 19, 2018) – SuperVision®, a comprehensive fleet safety and performance management product line from Explore Information Services, LLC., a Solera Holdings, Inc. company, today announced the latest expansion to the brand’s License Monitor solution for commercial fleets. As of January, License Monitor® is the first fleet monitoring service to offer coverage in all Canadian provinces and territories.
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.