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3Sixty Fleet reports huge success for ‘Stop the Risk’ launch at CV Show

Dubbed ‘Stop the Risk’, the new solution has been 12 months in development.

Andrew Drewray CMILT, consultant collision analyst for 3Sixty Fleet, explained: “The CV Show has been an excellent event and given us a great platform to launch ‘Stop the Risk’. We have listened to our customers and the logistics industry as a whole to find out and understand what problems fleet risk management posed on a day-to-day basis. Having analysed the information obtained and using our extensive first-hand knowledge of over 35,000 collisions and incidents we developed ‘Stop the Risk’ which is suitable for all commercial fleet operators providing 24/7 assistance for a fixed annual fee.”

The team at 3Sixty Fleet conducted over 30 risk management and road safety workshops over the three days at the NEC. This enabled them to showcase how ‘Stop the Risk’ works for the fleet operator.

‘Stop the Risk’ brings together a range of services from 3Sixty Fleet in four solutions that can be used individually or as a complete package. All the packages have an annual fee per vehicle per fleet, so the customer knows exactly how much the cost will be when they sign up.

The four solutions are:

  • ‘Stop the Risk’ 1 – 13p per vehicle per day Initial collision, incident and near miss investigation and analysis
  • ‘Stop the Risk’ 2 – 17p per vehicle per day Pro-active video review from forward facing dash camera following each collision, incident and near miss
  • ‘Stop the Risk’ 3 – 99p per vehicle per day (inc ‘Stop the Risk’ 1 & 2) Supply of forward facing dash camera
  • ‘Stop the Risk’ 4 – £1.18 per vehicle per day (inc ‘Stop the Risk’ 1 & 2) Supply of integrated forward facing dash camera and telematics

Andrew Drewary added: “It is similar way to an assurance product. If a customer signs up they use it when they need it and for as many times as they need it throughout the year. There is no limit to the number of collisions, incidents or near misses we will investigate and analyse for the fixed fee.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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