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IDENTIFY HIGH-RISK DRIVERS We use a proprietary points system that integrates all Driver’s Alert products and issues a driver score based on documented unsafe events. From identifying your most at-risk drivers to actually changing behavior, we save you time and money, and improve fleet safety and productivity.

Driver safety training corrects unsafe behavior!


DON’T JUST SCORE DRIVERS, CHANGE THEIR BEHAVIORS Most fleet safety management programs stop at a driver scorecard. Driver’s Alert provides a true end-to-end driver risk management solution that actually prescribes training based on unsafe events. The end result is a fleet safety management program that actually changes driver behavior.


INSURANCE: OFFER YOUR CLIENTS ADDED VALUE Driver’s Alert partners with some of the biggest names in the insurance industry. Help your clients improve fleet safety and realize lower premiums. We’ll provide you with the marketing tools required to uniquely differentiate your company – helping you keep existing clients while attracting new ones.

Companies who trust our fleet safety solutions

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Are You a Distracted Driver?

Are You a Distracted Driver?

Distracted driving has slowly become second nature to drivers. Though we don’t get behind the wheel with the intentions to disregard traffic, I can’t be the only one pleading guilty of not always giving the road my full and undivided attention.   As you make your...

Attention Fleet Manager: Fleet Safety is Important Too!

Attention Fleet Manager: Fleet Safety is Important Too!

The Driver’s Alert philosophy is that there are no bad drivers, just bad habits. This is clearly demonstrated in the safety improvements outlined above. The upshot? A sound fleet safety program makes it possible to turn around an “unsafe” driver, thus reducing company liability and averting a termination. And with the cost of hiring a new driver hovering around $7,000, this savings quickly adds up over a period of one year.


David Letterman Pranks Driver’s Alert

In the mid-1990s, during a live recording of the Late Show with David Letterman, David Letterman himself called Driver’s Alert’s 1-800 ‘How’s My Driving?’ call center to report on the status of New York City traffic …

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Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs): A Key to Better Fleet Safety

In episode #2 of “Safety Talks” host Rich Sordahl interviews Occupational Health & Safety expert Dr. Ron Kirsch about Motor Vehicle Records (MVRs) and how fleet managers can best leverage them to improve driver safety.

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Company logos and names are nice, but it’s the unique characters and personalities comprising our team that create so many loyal Driver’s Alert clients. We care about safety. That’s why we’re still here 25 years later. If you’re ever in South Florida, come visit us. We’ll take good care of you.

Meet The Team
Complimentary calls are my favorite. I really enjoy helping someone get the recognition they deserve for being a safe and courteous driver!

Desiree Bidun Safety Specialist

I feel better knowing that the safety reports we take help make the roads safe for our own families.

Tynetta Sims Safety Specialist

Safety isn’t an expense. It’s an investment.

Paul Murray Driver Safety Guru

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