More than half of employers (54%) aged over 55 with responsibility for company drivers take no action to monitor or manage their behaviour.
Failing to properly manage driver fatigue and stress has a detrimental effect on both an organisation and its employees, according to the TRL.
By Lee Wolstenholme, managing director of Vehicle Consulting
Fleets will soon be able to use virtual reality (VR) headsets and smartphones to train their drivers using a new app from TTC Group.
More than 15 million drivers could be invalidating their insurance by flouting common policy rules, according to research from pay-as-you-go insurer Cuvva.
Members of the Fleet200 Executive Club revealed a multitude of approaches to ensuring employees are fit to drive and how telematics can contribute to monitoring behaviour.
Motorists who think they are driving more safely could actually be causing accidents, according to new research.
Law firm Stephens Scown LLP has installed Lightfoot in three of its pool cars in order to reduce emissions and improve its carbon footprint.
The North East Autism Society has chosen Lightfoot to track its vehicle fleet and boost driver behaviour.
British motorists avoid parallel parking more than any other manoeuvre, according to a new survey by Kwik Fit.
Some take the telematics combined with rewards route, others feel that ‘stick’ works better than the ‘carrot’ when trying to get drivers to check their vehicles
The challenges faced by fleet managers in ensuring younger drivers, used to be constantly ‘connected’, remain safe to themselves and other road users was a key topic.
Police are investigating a terrifying road rage attack on the M62 where a vehicle was attacked after a collision.
A study of 1,000 UK drivers has revealed women are, on average, 12% angrier than men when they’re behind the wheel.
A new study by the London School of Economics (LSE) and Goodyear has shown UK drivers are most nervous about sharing the roads with autonomous vehicles.
A year on from the first driver being prosecuted for middle-lane hogging, almost a third (32%) of motorists still admit to being a middle-lane hogger, according to new research from Confused.com.
Seeking and using driver opinions when determining a fleet policy or vehicle specification can have far-reaching effects.
From vehicle handovers to social media, we look at the different methods fleets use to get their message across to drivers.
Even the best initiatives stand a chance of failing if they are not communicated correctly to drivers.
TTC Group has been named as one of the top 1,000 dynamic companies to inspire Britain.
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