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ARI Driver Excellence Exhibited at First RIMS RiskLive! Virtual Conference

December 04, 2008

MT. LAUREL, NJAutomotive Resources International (ARI) exhibited its Fleet Risk Services at RIMS RiskLive! Virtual Conference and Expo November 12-13. The event attracted nearly 800 registered attendees.

ARI's conference theme, "Building an Environment for Safety," focused on its comprehensive fleet risk management program, ARI Driver Excellence. The program encompasses driver risk assessment, Web-based training, testing, tracking and reporting tools, motor vehicle record ordering, and accident management. ARI Driver Excellence ensures clients reduce their liability exposure and remain compliant with ever-changing safety requirements.

"Safety and liability exposure are critical concerns for any fleet," said Ed Iannuzzi, ARI's manager of client relations. "We're excited to be the only fleet management company that virtually exhibited at the conference and presented our service offerings to risk managers."

Hosted on the RIMS Web site, the virtual conference provided the same venues as a traditional conference, including educational sessions, exhibit hall, and networking opportunities.  

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