Focus on Fleet Safety

 

 

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  1. Alan
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    You’ve got another link problem here Crash, had to copy/paste to browser again. Very interesting tho and good info. Seems to be a few car accident claim prevention initiatives coming into the market and anything that reduces claims is a positive for clients and insurers. Do you have anything to do with the driver upskilling resources like the Lumley simulator? I think it’s for trucks/truck drivers only but it would be good to know more about it. We certainly have some car fleets that would benefit. Vehicle accidents can never be completely eliminated though and we’re glad to have Crash Management to refer our clients to. Keep up the great work guys!

    • Crash Management
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      hi Alan. Thanks for your comments and interest in “Lumley’s” truck driver training simulator – just a quick word of clarification though, the truck simulator is not Lumley’s, it’s owned & operated by AutoSense and Crash Management does have a relationship with them. We understand there is some Lumley branding on the unit though. AutoSense is an excellent product, we fully endorse it and recommend it to our fleet clients though we primarily focus on fleets of cars & light commercials. There’s an indication that AutoSense may be looking at two more simulators soon though and hopefully suitable for passenger vehicles. Driver training is only one tool in a vast range of products & services focused on fleet health & driver safety – Crash Management’s response service and the detailed incident data reporting we provide to clients is a big part of that and helps analyse the contributing factors of which driver re-training may be one. We’ll follow up on this theme soon . In the meantime, thanks again for highlighting AutoSense, they certainly have a part to play in the wider fleet health & driver safety equation.

  2. Al
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    hey Crash – there’s a rumour doing the rounds that Crash Management has been sold to NZI – true? If not IAG might have some explaining to do about the use of your company name ! See http://www.nzifleetfit.co.nz/crash-management

    • Crash Management
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      CLARIFICATION of today’s rumor – NO, Crash Management has NOT been sold to NZI!

      The use of our company name to label a menu tab on http://www.nzifleetfit.co.nz as “Crash Management” is highly misleading and in no way related to our business!

      hello NZI – We think the use of our long established company name on your website is a bit cheeky, but hey, they say the best form of flattery is imitation. But – There is only one true Crash Management!

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