The company will use Drive-Diagnostics’ SafetyCentre in the vehicles following a short trial during the summer.
The system uses a sensor fitted in the car that recognises certain manoeuvres or ‘events’, such as excessive braking, corner handling, acceleration and lane changing.
It identifies high-risk/high- cost drivers, encourages better driving habits and lowers risk, liabilities and costs, the company has claimed.
T-Mobile has become the company’s first UK customer. The system is used internationally by other companies including FedEx and Orange.