Liveried Vehicles: Don’t Do Half a Job

      An incident that happened to me a few minutes ago adds massive weight to the argument in favour of carefully managing the drivers of liveried fleet vehicles. In my other life I’m a Mortgage Consultant with a company based in Bexleyheath Kent. Today i was in a car with another colleague and 2 Directors from a Building Society, out for a business lunch meeting. We were all in a car being driven by my colleague on the West Malling Bypass. He is not a … [Read more...]

Fleet Driving Risk: Social Responsibility, or Serious Business Risk?

Fleet magazines quite often like to include some reference to the accident statistics involving driving for work. The exact numbers that come out in the wash depend on to some extent, which interested party compiled the report. However the statistics usually estimate that 25 to 33% of road accidents involve someone who is at the time driving as part of their job. It is known that only 1 in 10 drivers actually drive’s for work, so occupational driving must be more dangerous. The immediate … [Read more...]