Unsafe driving costs more than just damage to a vehicle. The indirect expenses associated with dangerous incidents can have a significant impact on your bottom line. We put together this infographic to highlight the true cost of unsafe driving, but don’t let these numbers scare you. An effective fleet safety program can help you fend off these unnecessary expenses and reduce fleet management costs by creating a program that improves safety, prevents collisions, and ultimately, reduces these expenses.
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