Let’s imagine a scenario; a four-way stop sign and your driver happens to be crossing through it. All you know is that during the intersection there was an accident, one vehicle hit another. The questions immediately arise, who made the mistake? Who didn’t stop? And who is responsible for the damages?
These are common issues that arise with any transportation organization, be it a delivery fleet, public service fleet, or private fleet. Knowing exactly the metrics of every vehicle under your control is very important. Often when high-value assets are at risk the likely hood of ‘he said, she said’ arguments increase dramatically, as does the likely hood of one or more of the parties involved skewing the recounts of the actual events.
Our clients have reported back to us on multiple occasions that the data collected by the telematics devices equipped on their vehicles, has been sufficient evidence for the police to work with in order to settle claims. As telematics becomes more mainstream and known by other sectors and industries such as Police departments and Insurance companies, increasingly it becomes a legitimate defense to legal claims.
This aspect of telematics is equally beneficial to employers and employees who are both granted an extra layer of protection when dealing with high valued assets like vehicles or trailers. This beneficial characteristic of telematics extends beyond accident reconstruction. With features like GeoFences and Points of Interest, claims about work completion on sites can much more easily be disputed. As well as the accuracy of time on deliverance jobs and work projects.
Once again, we urge you to check out our services and products on our website. Furthermore, we invite you to let us walk you through a LiGO® demo in which we take you through an introductory walkthrough of our software, as well as the key areas of growth it promotes.