High Definition Vehicle Insurance now available in South Carolina

High Definition Vehicle Insurance now available in South Carolina

High Definition Vehicle Insurance (HDVI) recently announced its expansion to fleets in South Carolina. HDVI Shift uses onboard telematics data to inform real-time risk models. HDVI Shift helps fleets save up to 12% on their monthly premium based on real-time driver safety, according to the company. 

More than 79% of South Carolina communities depend exclusively on trucks to move their goods, according to statistics cited by the South Carolina Trucking Association. SCTA also indicates that over 7,900 trucking companies operate in South Carolina, primarily small, family-owned businesses.

HDVI delivers a more connected and tailored service than traditional insurance providers by providing safety insights through the HDVI fleet portal and meeting with fleets monthly to help them identify where they can focus their efforts to improve safety and reduce insurance costs. Drivers are also engaged through the HDVI Driver+ mobile app, where they can earn rewards and receive valuable safety information.

Included in an HDVI Shift policy is the cost of fleets to install and use video telematics and electronic logging (ELD) systems. HDVI Shift pays for the hardware and subscriptions for a wide range of suppliers of video telematics devices.

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