Safety & Accident

CEI: Municipal Fleets Should Outsource Collision Work

December 12, 2013 - Press Release

Kathi Croze
Kathi Croze

Municipal fleets can save time and money by outsourcing accident management services such as collision repair, a CEI Group executive told the Oklahoma Fleet Management Association.

Kathi Croze, CEI's national sales manager for the government fleet market, spoke at the association's Dec. 5 meeting in Tulsa. CEI provides accident, driver safety, and fleet risk management services.

Croze has been invited to be a charter member of the association, which has been revived after a four-year hiatus.

"Two of the primary reasons government fleets use CEI for collision repair services are that their repair cycle time is greatly reduced and the data we collect and return to them is in an easily manageable format," Croze said. "We can break down their repair costs and accident information so they know the who, what, when, where and how much of each accident and by department."

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