Collisions are a costly part of business life, but thoroughly investigating why they happen can prevent similar incidents occurring again. Ben Rooth reports
Training drivers to expect the unexpected when on the roads could cut accidents by 11%. Ben Rooth looks at what hazard perception training is and what it includes
Drivers must be first to capture third party details following a collision, or fleets could face a bill ten times higher than necessary. Emma Cooper reports
Suppliers and fleet decision-makers talk-up cost-saving benefits of driver data
Many fleets use the Euro NCAP star rating system to influence their choice of company cars. Christopher Smith investigates how it works – and how changing technology has shaped the testing procedure
Recording all incidents - whether a collision took place or not - provides a strong base for a comprehensive risk management programme, finds Andrew Ryan
When a driver has an at-fault accident with a third party, it’s crucial to act fast to avoid drawn-out repairs, expensive hire cars and big solicitor’s bills.
Robust safe driving policies can help fleets avoid the heavy price of road accidents.
Effective accident management procedures have never been more important.
Changing a fleet's safety culture has many benefits, fleet operators at a Fleet News roundtable discussed.
By Roger Williams, RAC business director of sales
By Suzannah Robin, drug and alcohol safety expert at AlcoDigital
Craig Budsworth, chairman, Motor Accident Solicitors Society, on why he looks forward to when the insurance industry will pass on savings it has made.
Tony Rand, managing director, Vamco, on the action the accident management industry needs to take now.
At lots of fleet safety workshops we have hosted recently participants have debated whether drivers or managers are the main human cause of vehicle damage and road collisions.