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Pendragon teams up with FMG to offer telematics

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Pendragon Contracts is partnering with FMG to offer its telemetry system Ingenium Dynamics.

It claims the system could reduce accident rates by up to 30% by changing how motorists think and perform behind the wheel.

The technology captures vehicle data, which is then logged, enabling the organisation to review driver behaviour through insight reports. 

As a result, fleet managers will be able to create performance improvement plans to raise awareness of drivers’ motoring habits, and deliver improvements through a driver change framework.

Positive performance assessment among peers is reviewed and measured through league tables, supported by interactive training and reporting.

Neal Francis, managing director of Pendragon Contracts, said: “By training, motivating, incentivising and reviewing drivers’ plans, this driver management solution has been proven to sustain a positive change in driving behaviour.

"The investment and operational costs of this programme can be included within the monthly contract hire rentals and fleet managers will be able to deliver a payback on their investment in the system within 12 months of successful implementation and adoption by drivers.”

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