March 23, 2012
NexTraq and GMAC Insurance Partner to Offer Commercial Fleet Insurance Savings
NexTraq, a GPS fleet tracking and vehicle management solutions, announced on March 21 in a press release a partnership with GMAC Insurance, one of the largest automobile insurers in the United States. As a result of the partnership, companies that have the NexTraq GPS Fleet Tracking platform are eligible for significant insurance discounts for their commercial fleets.
“This new partnership with well-respected GMAC Insurance will provide substantial savings to our commercial fleet customers,” said Mike Scarbrough, CEO of NexTraq. “The NexTraq Fleet Tracking platform gives our customers the ability to monitor their vehicles, but more importantly, it helps them protect their assets and improve driver safety, both important risk management issues.”
The NexTraq Fleet Tracking platform offers driver safety and anti-theft features that provide customers with a tool to mitigate risk and liability. With Speed Alert and Posted Speed Alert functionality, fleet managers know immediately when a driver is speeding or being overly aggressive. Additionally, customers use NexTraq’s geofencing technology and Asset Tracker line to ensure that their vehicles and the assets on them are protected from theft.
“We are excited about partnering with NexTraq, one of the leaders in fleet management and fleet tracking solutions,” said Rick Smith, senior commercial vehicle product manager for GMAC Insurance. “Through the partnership, we believe we will attract customers who emphasize safety and care in the management of their vehicles and drivers."
To be eligible, NexTraq GPS Fleet Tracking devices need to be installed in the vehicle. For more information on NexTraq’s partnership with GMAC insurance or its Fleet Tracking platform, please visit http://www.nextraq.com or call (800) 358-6178.
For a Business Fleet article, “Telematics Drives Big Savings on Commercial Auto Insurance,” on how small fleets are cutting their insurance costs by 15% or more, click here.