Over the past year, Wheels has greatly expanded our reporting tools and functionality. The latest Accident Occurrences Dashboard represents these best practices, views and reporting. Over the next few weeks, we will be retiring the majority of our legacy Accident Management Reports.
Accident Occurrences Dashboard
Monitor accident-related metrics, including crash rates and accidents per million miles
Use accidents trends, such as time of day and accident driver role, to highlight opportunities to enhance your safety program or adjust your fleet policy
Customize detailed accident reports to share with relevant stakeholders, Risk, HR or your insurer
Recently at the 2021 Fleet Safety Conference, Sara Sweeney, senior product manager, Wheels, Inc. moderated an EV Safety panel that included Tony Vinciguerra, chief operating officer, Driving Dynamics, and Katie Keeton, fleet manager, Siemens.
Automotive Fleet published an article summarizing this discussion, including why driver education, engaging drivers, understanding complex technology and more is critical when it comes to maintaining a safe EV fleet.
Wheels has received notice that Nissan U.S. will be cutting off all MY22 ordering on Thursday October 21, 2021. Please make sure any remaining orders are placed prior to next Thursday!
Orders received prior to this deadline (including those that have already been received), will be planned for production throughout the remainder of the model year. Please note that given the fluidity of global supply constraints amidst the volume of Nissan and Infiniti commercial vehicle orders received to date, order submission does not guarantee order fulfillment.
Attending NETS Annual Conference? Be sure to join our session, Evolving Safety Culture for the Modern Fleet on Tuesday, October 19 from 11:30am – 12:15pm EDT to learn how AstraZeneca advanced their fleet safety with Driving Dynamics and Wheels.
Across the U.S. and Canada, the Department of Motor Vehicles and Ministries of Transportation have implemented numerous strategies to keep vehicle and driver registration activities moving. But despite strong efforts, they continue to struggle to get to a “business as usual” operational state.