Not employing a continuous MVR monitoring program is a risky position for fleets, exposing them to potential liability. The "good enough" approach of pulling a motor vehicle record (MVR) once per year or less is becoming an increasingly outdated and risky practice. The evolution of continuous MVR monitoring programs has resulted in a powerful tool for ﬂeet managers to employ in identifying risky activities, correcting them, and avoiding the potential or costly liability in a proactive manner before serious incidents can occur. A continuous MVR monitoring program helps your company's defense team build the case that your fleet is not only safe, but the entire fleet operation is run in a safe manner. Continuous MVR monitoring is the foundation of establishing the safety culture, and shows that your company acts proactively to any MVR violation.
In this white paper you will learn…
- How continuous MVR monitoring is used as a defense tool
- Cost of an on-the-job crash vs. off-the-job crash
- Direct liability vs. vicarious liability
- Negligent entrustment vs. negligent retention
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