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Driver’s License Monitoring Service Rolled Out at ATA

October 23, 2013 - Products

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AudaExplore

ORLANDO -- The company AudaExplore, which words with insurance companies and governments, has introduced SuperVision, a web-based application that it says makes it easier for managers of trucking fleets to continually monitor the status of their drivers’ licenses.

The announcement was made during the American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Fla.

Specifically, it gives alerts when a driver’s license is expired, suspended, revoked or cancelled, regardless of whether a licenses is suspended for a moving violation or a non-moving violation, like unpaid child support or unpaid parking tickets, according to the company.

It also emails alerts about violations, suspensions or revocations on the driver roster to fleet managers; allows for automatic motor-vehicle report ordering and has instant web-based access using a desktop or laptop computer as well as a table.

“We talked to commercial fleet managers across the country to discover what they wanted from a drivers license monitoring service,” said Chad Lindholm, senior sales and marketing manager at AudaExplore. “SuperVision utilizes AudaExplore’s date expertise and national coverage to provide fleet managers with the fastest driver updates from around the country.”

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