Fleet News

CBG and Eagle-i launch fleet telematics partnership

Corporate insurance intermediary CBG Group and telematics specialist Eagle-i, have announced a strategic partnership aimed at promoting the benefits of Eagle-i’s Monitor3 system to CBG’s customers.


The partnership has already registered its first success with North West-based point-of-sale equipment installation and sales operation CJ Services, which runs a fleet of 85 vehicles.

CJ Services has implemented Eagle-i’s Monitor3 system in all its vehicles as a condition of a new two-year preferential fleet insurance policy with CBG.

Both CJ Services and CBG expect to see financial benefits over the life of the two-year insurance deal, in lower accident rates and reduced repair costs.

Manchester-based CBG has in excess of 1,000 fleets on its books and expects that many larger customers will derive benefits from implementing telematics.

CBG group managing director Mike Askew said he was convinced of the benefits of deploying telematics into fleets and that in five years’ time he expected telematics systems to be standard equipment on many vehicles.

He said: “We believe in the full wrap-around effect of telematics for fleet operators, including improved risk management, driver awareness and reduced accident rates and costs, along with assisting with obligations for managing work-related road safety.”

Leave a comment for your chance to win £20 of John Lewis vouchers.

Every issue of Fleet News the editor picks his favourite comment from the past two weeks – get involved for your chance to appear in print and win!

Login to comment


No comments have been made yet.

Compare costs of your company cars

Looking to acquire new vehicles? Check how much they'll cost to run with our Car Running Cost calculator.

What is your BIK car tax liability?

The Fleet News car tax calculator lets you work out tax costs for both employer and employee