How to Identify Risky Drivers

June 17, 2020 in Driver Monitoring

It is the top priority of most businesses that rely on drivers, whether they employ professional drivers, a few salespeople, or a large crew of workers that drive as a function of their job. Developing an ingrained safety culture & a comprehensive safety program delivers a positive impact on any company’s bottom line. Comprehensive safety programs come in many shapes…

Continuous License Monitoring Myth vs. Fact Series Part 3: The Annual MVR & 364 Day Grace Period

April 14, 2020 in Driver Monitoring

Employers typically pull a driver’s motor vehicle record (MVR) prior to hiring and an annial MVR after that. Although completing the initial and annual pulls meets the minimum obligation, there is added value in continuous monitoring for employers. Myth: Continuous MVR Monitoring is Unnecessary —Pre-Employment & Annual MVR pulls are “good enough” Fact: Annual MVR pulls give risky drivers grace…

Continuous License Monitoring Myth vs. Fact Series Part 2 : Lessen Fleet Management Administrative Workload

January 30, 2020 in Driver Monitoring

When it comes to business administrative duties, time is always a scarce resource. In the fleet industry, a large portion of administrative duties revolve around driver license monitoring. Tasks such as running motor vehicle reports, CDLIS reports, and filing paperwork all take time, and that time can add up fast. What if there was a program out there that could…

Continuous License Monitoring Myth vs. Fact Series Part 1 : Cost Savings for Fleet Management

January 10, 2020 in Driver Monitoring

We get it, businesses are always trying to save money while increasing profit. At first glance, continuous license monitoring may appear to be an additional unnecessary expense, but this proactive approach yields substantial cost savings for fleet management in the long run. Myth: Continuous License Monitoring is Too Expensive Fact: Save money with risky driver alerts.        …

How To Improve Your CSA Scores

October 11, 2019 in Driver Monitoring

When the FMCSA introduced the Compliance, Safety, and Accountability (CSA) program in 2010, the goal was to ensure drivers were aware of and responsible for their role in safety on the road. CSA scores are calculated and weighted based on data collected from roadside inspections, crash reports, investigation results, and registration details. While having a good CSA score should be…