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ARI Expands its Fleet Risk Management Services

September 13, 2005

MT. LAUREL, NJ — Automotive Resources International (ARI), a global fleet solutions provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, has expanded its Fleet Risk Management Services to include a new Web-based Driver Risk Assessment Program. ARI has partnered with Alert Driving to develop a fully integrated solution in an effort to help fleets reduce collisions, injury costs, and liability exposure.ARI’s new Driver Risk Assessment Program offers the ability to identify, manage, and react to high-risk drivers. Two different tools are designed to identify and target high-risk drivers:

  • Using a single-point scoring system: This application gives clients the opportunity to combine various driver assessment inputs such as MVRs, collision incidents, driver monitoring events, etc., in order to arrive at an overall risk assessment for each fleet driver.
  • A mapping system allows clients to assign training that matches the nature of the violation or incident. Administrative tracking and reporting corresponds automatically with trainees via e-mail to ensure they complete their training requirements by the specified due date. The driver training along with the full selection of risk assessment analysis and reporting tools available to the Fleet Administrator, have been fully integrated into ARI’s user-friendly, Web-based systems.
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