We are Leaders in fleet management
About Us Since 2010
DriveSecure is the specialist risk and compliance division of TRF Limited, a privately owned business with over 30 years of fleet management experience. Acquired in part by European Fines Management and automotive IT specialist SAFO Group.
DriveSecure has been developed to meet the needs of all employers faced with duty of care obligations to ensure their staff are safe whilst driving on business.
Founder Julie Summerell, with over 20 years working within the fleet consultancy marketplace and a leading figure within the industry association ACFO, saw the need for all employers to ensure that any risks associated with employees making journeys on business are identified, assessed and minimised.
She also saw that there was no solution available within the market, in particular not one focused on the small to medium employer.
DriveSecure was therefore born and has now grown to a leading position within the UK market as one of the leading risk and compliance tools of its kind.
Meet our Experienced Team
Julie SummerellManaging Director
Julie is a Senior Fleet Practitioner with over 25 years Automotive experience at senior management level.
Helen PottsFleet Manager
Helen is senior Fleet Manager with extensive project and logistics management
Jaie DlaySales Support Executive
Jaie has extensive marketing skills with particular focus within the social media sector
What Can DriveSecure Offer?
DriveSecure has a flexible approach and can be tailored to suit the requirements of your business. There is a combination of packages to choose from depending on your specific needs.
DriveSecure offers all of the following:
The system offers an online licence checking solution which will not only deliver endorsement, revocation and ban details, but also comprehensive additional management information which includes individual driver category entitlement.
Driver risk profiler
The profiler analyses driver behaviour including driver behaviour on the road, attitude to driving, driving during different times of the day, personal and business driving habits and driving habits on different road types.
By asking questions around these areas the system can score drivers on whether they are deemed low or high risk.
E-Learning has become the new method to deliver effective and targeted coaching to drivers. Those driving for business can identify their own areas of development or have them chosen by their Fleet Manager. This coupled with other data such as fuel, accident, stress and mileage will allow the system to determine which training is to be delivered at crucial times.
Grey Fleet management
Grey fleet is an area that can be challenging to manage. This section is designed to clearly show the driver what is required from them. There are two areas, one being a self-declaration area where drivers are asked to provide details of the car driven on business, any points obtained and also sign a declaration that the car is fit for purpose. The second area enables drivers to upload items such as insurance documents and agree to a declaration of what they have provided is accurate and honest.
The driver is provided with a copy of any policies that the employer wishes to be complied with and enables the employer to track acceptance electronically. New versions can easily be uploaded on to the system ensuring that drivers always have access to the latest versions. Any numbers of policies can be uploaded, whilst we are able to work with young and fast growing businesses who may not yet have a formalised policy in place and use our experience and skill to help design the right policy for you, all within the costs of implementing DriveSecure itself.
Any driver has the ability to record their current mileage through DriveSecure. It has been developed to assist in monitoring costs and reduce administration involved in the collection and management of employee’s mileage data.
Alerts are generated from the system to identify and highlight drivers who are non-compliant assisting businesses to manage driver issues that arise and to reduce the possibility of drivers becoming ineligible to drive. It can highlight any areas that need to addressed, such as eyesight checks, health issues, licence, fuel and incident management.
When your business has rightfully invested into a driver risk management programme you want to be sure it has the desired effects such as reducing incidents, reducing costs and ultimately keeping within the legislation and law in relation to health and safety and road traffic laws and legislation. Therefore a whole host of reporting options can be formulated for your business to help target areas of concern.