How to prevent accidents?
The 2017 road accident report shows that while 64% of pedestrians are killed by a passenger vehicle, 12% are killed by a truck or public transit vehicle and 10% by a commercial vehicle.
- 9% of cyclists by a truck or a transit vehicle
- 9% of bikers with a commercial vehicle or a truck
A fatal accident caused by a company employee is a trauma for the entire organization.
The implementation of a Drivata diagnostic quickly identifies risk behaviors and provides concrete evidence for effective training and the development of a company prevention plan.
How to comply with traffic laws?
Companies are receiveing increasing fines, 4 fines per employee-driver and per year tells us the statistics. In addition to excessive speeding, 11 other offenses can now be automatically reported:
- Not wearing a seatbelt
- Driving on unauthorized roads
- Mobile phone usage while driving
- White line crossing
- Failure to respect safety distances
- Passing a vehicle on the right side
New regulations require employers to report employees who have committed a traffic offense. The corporate officer is no longer immune from a summons to the police court.
Drivata quickly detects and quantifies the risks of infringements: allowing poor driving habits to be addressed proactively.
How to save on fuel?
Fuel costs are the largest operating expense for fleet operators. These costs may be reduced far beyond using fuel cards.
An aggressive driving style, speeding, hard braking, brisk acceloration or many detours all have a serious impact on consumption.
Filling up on Monday morning and Friday evening instead of working hours may indicate a violation of vehicle policy.
A Drivata diagnostic allows you to detect and correct gas guzzling habits before they get worse.
How to optimize fleet maintenance?
Vehicle uptime is increasingly important as fleet operators seek new ways of being competitive through efficiency. Traditional fleet management systems are gradually extended with new features to improve reliability, such as better maintenance planning.
Drivata diagnostics can be integrated with most management systems, providing a detailed analysis of vehicle usage during a specific period of time to estimate deviation.
Interconnected with information systems from various suppliers, our platform is powerful enough to import and process large volumes of information from oil companies, insurers, part distributors and OEMs …
How to deal with electric vehicle transition?
Changement in the WLTP standard increased CO2 emissions from 5% to 30% depending on the vehicle. More and more cities are restricting access to only lower polluting vehicles… Fleet operators must address the question of transitioning part of their fleet to electricity. The increase in the number of petrol, electric and hybrid vehicles in existing fleets proves the growing interest in alternative mobility solutions.
The eco-driving score provided by a Drivata diagnosis provides the data needed to make future important investment decisions. Improving the Drivata ec0-driving score conveys a company commitment to the environment.
How to choose the right driver training?
The shortage of drivers means that training is kept to a minimum with little follow-up. As a result, operators turn a blind eye to certain illegal behavior.
A Drivata diagnosis introduces more collaboration between managers and drivers and help pick the right type of training for each employee.
How to map the future of mobility?
Car-pooling or car-sharing is becoming essential in corporate fleets, regardless of size. Moreover, in this respect, France is a slightly ahead of the rest of Europe with a 37% share rate. Nevertheless, these alternative solutions do not seem to be able to replace the company vehicle. Only 16% of the companies questioned are ready to abandon all or part of their fleet of vehicles in favor of other mobility solutions.
The data collected during a Drivata diagnostic should be considered an important strategic input to address the operational impact of new mobility options.
Do you know your TCO?
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is not easy to calculate as there are many variables. Fleet management software packages are able to automatically centralize, calculate and analyze just about any data required for fleet management. A precise administrative follow-up of the vehicles, from their order until their restitution at the end of the long-term rental contract.
Data from a Drivata diagnostic can define and improve the company’s car policy and inform the selection of the most efficient vehicle models for each job.