Fleets opting for self-insurance must consider claims handling and the claims climate, says Nerys Parry, partner and head of transport and logistics at Keoghs.
Linda Sloan, business segment director leasing, LCV and SMB at Masternaut, explores the role of connected cameras in UK fleets.
Fleet operators are being advised to proactively protect their vehicles and drivers, following a crash for cash report from the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB).
Swiftclean has announced the successful implementation of Lightfoot’s in-cab technology across its fleet, leading to a reduction in fuel bills, on-road accidents and vehicle damage.
Wickes has extended its fleet accident management contract with Sopp+Sopp for a further three years.
Highways England is undertaking live tests of a technology that could help reduce commercial vehicles tyre failures by 75% on the country’s strategic road network (SRN).
Travis Perkins has used Virtual Reality (VR) technology to train over 1,000 drivers who work across the Group’s CCF, BSS and Keyline businesses, to deliver significant environmental benefits.
The Montel group of companies has recorded a “dramatic 80% reduction” in at-fault claims following the installation of Lightfoot in their fleet vehicles in early 2018.
LSS Waste has announced that it will install SM UK’s Halo cyclist safety system across its entire fleet of 75 trucks, a contract worth £250,000.
Bibby Distribution has invested more than £1 million to support driver safety and improve performance with the installation of in-cab cameras across the entirety of its fleet.
A focus on employing experienced, skilled drivers and investing in safety standards has paid off handsomely for a company that may be small but which is winning big contracts
Mobile smartphone and tablet repair company WeFix is planning to add more than 100 Volkswagen Transporters to its fleet by the 2019.
The risks and the precautions fleet operators and drivers can take in the wake of CVs used as weapons in recent terror attacks
Fleet Source has announced a free seminar to help fleet managers understand the risks of vehicular terrorism.
Collision Management Systems' software-as-a-service solution can 'reduce claim costs by at least £1,600' by delivering real-time crash detection.
Goods delivery drivers must perform walk around checks on their vehicles this November the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has urged.
Alphabet's downtime prevention guide examines how vehicle providers can contribute to keeping light commercial vehicles on the road.
According to Intelligent Telematics, 3G vehicle cameras are proving useful when challenging fraudulent insurance claims.
Combined with telematics, on-board cameras can monitor driver performance while pushing safety standards higher, John Lewis reports.
A white van man has been caught causing a collision with a fleet lorry, while talking on his mobile phone, on a VisionTrack dashcam.