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Hired/non-owned drivers are one of the most overlooked driver populations across companies. Discover common myths surrounding these drivers, examples of situations where companies are likely liable and what they can do to protect their business from this hidden risk.
Far beyond the administrative burden of infrequent manual MVR pulls is the costly issue of hidden driver risk that it creates – increasing the potential of future crashes and expensive claims. This exposure in turn increases the cost of companies' commercial auto premiums, as insurers need to charge more to profitably insure them.
Implementing proper training is crucial for the success of businesses that manage fleets. Does your driver training program cover these seven defensive driving topics?
We share steps that commercial auto carriers can take to ensure their customers are mitigating risk throughout their ENTIRE driver population – effectively reducing loss costs and improving combined ratios.
It’s challenging to establish a profitable business as a carrier in the auto insurance space. Countless factors come into play that can either help or hinder your profits and overall success.
Discover which drivers fall into the category of hired non-owned liability, common myths about this group and the different ways they cause unmitigated risk for your company.
As the world returns to post-COVID normalcy, common behaviors such as speeding, impairment, distracted driving and more have all increased at staggering rates. Here's how you can reduce up to 94% of all crashes.
Companies need to combat the rising trend of distracted drivers out on the road – to protect the community and prevent huge, unplanned costs that affect fleets.
Intersection crashes are common and leave your company open to risk. Learn how to protect your employee drivers as well as company through our top tips.
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