Licence Check has announced new upgrades for its driver and vehicle information solution brand, Davis, including accident recording, enhanced licence checking and improved security.
The new releases bring important new functionality to Davis, which automates and streamlines driver and vehicle compliance management and addresses duty of care.
Davis was enhanced last October with the launch of Fleet File, providing users with a database for managing their fleet vehicles. Now, from next month, a new accident recording feature will allow Fleet File users to document accidents against a specific vehicle and a named driver to provide greater insight into the most at-risk drivers as part of an ongoing risk management process.
The new accident management function records date, time and location of the accident and provides enhanced dashboard reporting to include recent accidents and accident severity. It also issues reminders for open accidents and outstanding issues, as well as providing an upload facility for images of vehicle damage. It also carries insurance claim details and has the ability to assign accidents to a named driver.
At the same time, the Driver Risk Score feature been reconfigured to calculate the associated risk of a particular accident so that a driver’s individual risk score is automatically updated.
Licence Check’s director of sales Richard Brown (pictured) said: “By recording accidents and assigning them to individual drivers in our new accident management functionality within Fleet File, fleet managers’ view of driver risk is further enhanced, providing greater insight into those drivers at most risk.
“It has been particularly rewarding to work on these important new releases for Davis, as we know from client research that they will have a positive impact on improving efficiency and transparency when managing driver and vehicle compliance."