Did you know that fleets with active telematics-based management programs experience up to 11% fewer losses due to collisions?*

An active driving safety program may help reduce collision frequency and severity. The potential benefits of safer driving also include lowering costs of repairs, reducing driver replacement and retraining, decreasing vehicle down time, reducing fines, minimizing service interruptions, better controlling insurance costs and much more.

Left unchecked, risky driving could potentially lead to:

  • Claims losses and deductible expenses resulting from collisions
  • Loss of applied Safety Credits or premium increases
  • Large Workers’ Comp payouts

Systemic driving risk summarized in one simple metric:

To help you better understand your driving risk exposure, we offer customers the FAIR Score®. Similar to a financial credit score, the easy-to-understand FAIR Score® allows you to see at a glance where your business stands on a driving risk index that compares fleets of similar type and territory. Unlike driver score cards that focus on individual driver braking, acceleration, cornering and vehicle handling, the FAIR Score is an overall risk ranking for the ENTIRE fleet that looks at vehicle characteristics and the driven environment, in addition to vehicle performance. Monitored weekly, with monthly trend reports, the FAIR Scorelets managers put safety first and reduce risk.

An indexed score of overall fleet driving risk; > 660 may save lives and money

*Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, “Evaluating the Potential Safety Benefits of Electronic Logging Devices”, 2014