Accessibility

MV transitions entire fleet to DriveCam

Posted on July 29, 2009

MV Transportation Inc. (MV) is transitioning its entire fleet of more than 5,000 vehicles to DriveCam’s Managed Services Program.

 

MV started installing DriveCam in its vehicles in 2004 under a self-review model. As technology progressed and DriveCam began to offer managed services, MV began to move some of its vehicles to the new service. MV is now committed to moving its entire fleet to DriveCam’s Managed Services Program.

 

“Our partnership with DriveCam has resulted in some very positive results in the overall safety performance at MV,” commented Kevin Klika, MV Transportation COO. “We’ve always seen good results with DriveCam, but with Managed Services, our ROI has increased dramatically. We look forward to even better results in the future.”

 

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