It may possible to reduce your truck insurance premiums through the use of your Routeware system.
Among the many benefits, our products help haulers mitigate risk—a topic of interest to insurance carriers. Through real-time monitoring and post-route analysis, our system helps drivers, trucks, and the community at large stay safer by reducing the potential of accidents involving insurance claims.
Several Routeware customers have sat down with their agents and reviewed the features of their Routeware system. In concert with other safety programs, they have been able to secure lower premiums, contributing to the overall return on investment of their Routeware platform.
Here is a partial list of features you may wish to discuss with your insurance carrier.
Real-time tracking. On-board GPS, geofencing, and live vehicle tracking means the office knows the actual vehicle location at all times—including any unauthorized truck activity.
Speed Alerts. HomePort provides real-time alerts every time a driver exceeds a speed threshold that you set. Speed violation reports are also available in Routeware BackOffice to print and review with the driver.
Driver Evaluation. DriverPort paints a thorough, objective picture of virtually every aspect of driver performance—including safety issue logs and trend analysis.
Vehicle Preventative Maintenance. VehiclePort shows you real-time engine and transmission fault codes generated directly from your truck’s on-board computer. That means any issue affecting truck safety can be quickly identified and resolved, keeping your fleet safe while it’s on the road.
Driver Kiosk. With just a couple of button presses, drivers receive a route evaluation report at the end of their shift for review with their supervisor. These evaluations can also include discussions on safety violations.
Are there any issues you’ve discussed with your insurance carrier that have led to insurance premium reductions? Please post a comment and share them with the community.
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