Skilled Labour Services’ micro-fleet has seen incidents of high-risk driving cut by two-thirds with the adoption of Lightfoot technology.
Genus is reporting double-digit improvements in fuel efficiency following the roll-out of Lightfoot and its rewards platform across its fleet of 580 vehicles.
TP Fire & Security has announced the successful implementation of Lightfoot’s in-cab technology across its fleet, leading to increases in fuel economy of almost 10%.
AquAid has announced the successful implementation of Lightfoot’s in-cab technology within its fleet, leading to increases in fuel economy of over 15%.
Bates Office Services has cut idling, improved MPG performance and driver safety by implementing Lightfoot’s in-cab technology.
Redstone Rail has improved driver behaviour across its fleet since installing a Lightfoot telematics system with real-time feedback.
Roger Bullivant (RB) has announced its reduced dangerous driving and vehicle idling and increased miles per gallon (MPG) with the adoption of Lightfoot technology.
Edgars Water says it is reaping the rewards after installing Lightfoot’s in-cab technology across its fleet of 60 vans.
Groundwork London has reported the improvements after installing Lightfoot in its fleet of 73 vans and utility vehicles.
Amberon Group says it has cut fuel expenditure by 10% and seen a 45% reduction in accidents, after installing Lightfoot across its fleet of 800-plus commercial vehicles.
The move has been made with the intent to reduce the company’s carbon footprint, fuel use and claims incidence.
A&E Fire and Security says Lightfoot’s driver behaviour technology has given it 9.8% improvement in fuel economy and cut speeding incidents by almost a fifth.
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.
The company says it has experienced fewer accidents, reduced wear and tear and improved safety.
The Sovini Group has installed Lightfoot across its fleet of 170 vehicles to improve driver safety and cut fuel costs.
Telematics and driver behaviour company Lightfoot has become an associate member of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme.
Lightfoot has announced that its in-vehicle fleet driver improvement technology has been shortlisted for a 2017 Design in Innovation Award.
Lightfoot and Bott have announced their places on the PfH Tender Framework covering contract hire, fleet management and associated services.
Lightfoot’s telematics solutions have been installed in entertainment provider, Hughes’ fleet of 220 vehicles.
Lightfoot has announced that it will increase its staff amid an influx of contract wins in the fleet sector.