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TMC to enhance fuel cost control programme with Driving Doctor partnership

Paul Hollick, ICFM

The Miles Consultancy (TMC) has signed a partnership agreement with The Driving Doctor to further enhance TMC’s fuel cost control programme.

The companies both share a common goal by using telematics data to identify where improvements can be made in terms of driving style and safer driver behaviour.

It is hoped that the partnership will result in reduced accidents, costs, emissions and fuel usage.

TMC’s managing director Paul Hollick (pictured) said: “TMC consolidates and analyses fuel, telematics and mileage data to check compliance with company policy and identify anything out of the ordinary.

“We work directly with drivers to change behaviours that negatively impact their fuel spend or usage, from alerting the driver to lower cost fuel stations to discussing driving style and behaviour behind the wheel. This is where The Driving Doctor’s expertise delivers great added value.”

The Driving Doctor’s chief executive Paul Ripley said: “This association with TMC will ensure that our joint clients will benefit from a series of significant positives; for example, lower emissions and fuel usage, less accidents, reduced operational costs and insurance premiums, plus full compliance with stringent regulations and legislation. It’s a win-win cost saving equation for our joint clients.”

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