Podcast: Staged crashes, nuclear verdicts and the role of video telematics

Podcast: Staged crashes, nuclear verdicts and the role of video telematics

One of the worst pieces of news you can hear as a fleet manager is that one of your trucks has been in a crash. First and foremost, there’s the driver’s safety to be concerned about, and even if they’re all right, there’s the high cost of repairs. But it doesn’t end there–now you have the growing possibility of false claims, nuclear verdicts and even staged crashes.

In this episode of Fleet Future I talked with Chris Orban, vice president of data science at Trimble Transportation, about video telematics systems and their role in protecting your fleet from some of these things.

Listen below, and catch up with more episodes of Fleet Future here.

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