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8 Tips for Fleets to Protect Against Predatory Towing
What Is Predatory Towing? Towing is a vital industry, full of helpful service providers that offer safe and effective vehicle transportation solutions. They help with breakdowns, auto accidents, and all
How to Overcome Driver ADAS Impairment
Read how to gain the greatest benefit from Advanced Driver Assistance Systems without incurring Driver ADAS Impairment. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) have revolutionized driver safety in the past 20
Fleet Safety Culture Assessment
Based on the profiles of hundreds of fleets in a variety of industries, and CEI’s expertise in the field of fleet safety, we developed a quick assessment tool that can
How To Protect Yourself On The Road In A Lightning Storm
Lightening storms result in dozens of fatalities each year, but do you know how to protect yourself from a lightning strike while you’re on the road? With summer heat and
How to Share the Road with Snow Plows
Winter weather is responsible for numerous challenges, including equipment that is designed to clear the way. Drivers need to be extra cautious when sharing the road with snowplows. When winter
Revise Fleet Driver Policies to Avoid Excessive Risk
The combination of rapid advancements in vehicle and driver safety technology and greater focus on Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) initiatives, require organizations to revise outdated fleet driver policies to
With CEI’s complete data view of driver risk, targeted training and driver engagement tools, on average our clients realize over a 21% reduction in their accident rate over 3 years.
CEI’s licensed physical damage appraiser and digital review of estimates, coupled with a tight process for repair authorizations result in an average savings of 8% to 12% on repair costs.
Clients find CEI driver engagement and remediation most effective with even habitual high risk drivers showing significant improvement in speeding and other risky behaviors.
We aggressively pursue recovery from involved 3rd parties for all billable claim expenses and non-billable costs to our clients and recover this money quickly on nearly all pursued claims.
Reducing fleet risk depends upon finding ways to deal with problem drivers, and proactively addressing risky behaviors prior to an incident. Zero-tolerance policies may not work for your organization, either because they are not truly supported down the line, or because enforcement causes a strain on your HR staff who is already dealing with high competition for recruiting skilled employees. It would be much better if those drivers just got better.
If you have a typical fleet, you face many challenges along the way:
DriverCare Road to Safety
Remove Blind Spots in Your Driver Safety
When one of your vehicles is involved in an accident it disrupts your business and impacts your bottom line. If your process for managing accidents is disjointed anywhere from the FNOL to when the vehicle is restored to service, those gaps cost you time which become a drain on your fleet productivity and revenue generation.
You may not have the expertise to evaluate an accident repair estimate properly and will pay for an appraisal of the repair shop’s estimate, which adds to your fleet’s already growing costs and downtime.
When recovering monies from at-fault third parties, you need to pursue every opportunity and every element of cost to maximize your loss recovery. Unfortunately, some service providers pursue claims only over a certain dollar threshold or a certain level of fault. This can leave a lot of dollars on the table…(read more)
Rapid Claims Process
Savings Through Accident Management
If your drivers are like most fleet drivers, they are focused on getting their job done, and this can sometimes interfere with safe driving. With distracted driving involved in 25% of all accidents, and distracted driving accidents increasing the chance that a crash will result in injury or death, this often invisible risk is a real challenge for fleets.
Drivers who engage in risky behaviors but haven’t had an incident often think they aren’t in danger. But, when presented with evidence of their risk, the awareness alone can help curb unsafe behaviors. For other drivers you will need ways to engage and encourage them to change. The key is to find the right way to address this for your fleet…(read more)
When your organization focuses resources into improving its contribution to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) concerns, having an unsafe fleet puts those initiatives at risk.
When a fleet driver is involved in an accident, whether in a company vehicle, or a personal vehicle driven for business purposes, the impact is felt beyond the budget. They may harm themselves or other drivers. They consume emergency responder resources. The medical community is involved. Their lost wages impact families, schools, churches, and all of the social programs their tax dollars support. That accident ripples out and touches every part of your ESG…(read more)
Environmental, Social, & Governance
Since 1983, CEI has focused on helping fleets avoid collisions, and reducing their costs and downtime when they do occur. Today, our integrated program encompasses 24/7 claims services, a nationwide car and truck body repair network, subrogation services, driver risk assessments, telematics data analysis, MVR monitoring, e-learning, mobile solutions, and more.