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4/26/2018

Why ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough: A Fleet Liability Discussion

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FREE WEBINAR

Why ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough: A Fleet Liability Discussion

Thursday, April 26, 2018 ● 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET

Liability related to fleet-related crashes is the cause of budget-busting payouts and other less tangible headaches, such as damaged public perception. Unfortunately many fleets may not even be aware that they are just one incident away from a catastrophic liability payout — which could cost your fleet and your company millions of dollars in payouts and bad publicity.

During this free webinar, Rob Moseley, a transportation attorney with Smith Moore Leatherwood, and Chris Wolski, a long-time editor with Bobit Business Media’s fleet publications, will discuss the reasons fleets get into liability trouble and, more important, how they can avoid it. Rob and Chris will cover the many liability factors using a series of case studies highlighting:

  • Negligent hiring
  • Negligent supervision
  • Negligent retention
  • Negligent entrustment

They will also give insights into why continuous motor vehicle record (MVR) monitoring is the cornerstone of spotting risky drivers and avoiding liability altogether, which is contrary to the conventional thinking that a once-a-year MVR pull is “good enough” to identify risky drivers — it isn’t.

Discover if your fleet is staring liability in the face and how you can avoid. Register for this free webinar today!

Speakers:

Chris Wolski, Content Editor, Bobit Business Media

Rob Moseley, Transportation Attorney, Smith Moore Leatherwood, LP 

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Web Seminars

5/16/2018

How the ‘Amazon Effect’ is Shaping the Future of Wholesale Delivery

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FREE WEBINAR

How the ‘Amazon Effect’ is Shaping the Future of Wholesale Delivery

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 ● 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET

Amazon has changed the face of not just warehousing and logistics, but transportation and delivery, too. Your customers will compare their ordering and delivery experience with your company to their personal experience with Amazon. Join this webinar to learn what steps you can take to delight customers and remain competitive in this new, customer-centric, delivery landscape.

You will learn:

  • The four key things that Amazon has brought to life that your fleet can work on
  • How to keep up as the need to deliver faster, more frequently, and more visibly increases
  • Ways to use technology to remain competitive
  • How to stay profitable as you take more orders and deliver more frequently

Speaker:

Cyndi Brandt, Senior Director, Product Marketing & Strategic Alliances, Omnitracs

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Public Fleet Tracking And Telematics

Amin Amini from Verizon Connect will answer your questions and challenges

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Fuel Management

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX will answer your questions and challenges

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