DOT Client Monitoring

Get notified of changes specific to your current motor carrier clientel.

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Recommended For:

Retail Insurance Agents, Insurance Underwriters, Risk Managers

Monitor your motor carrier clients

The most cost effective, ‘value-added’ service you can provide your motor carrier clients.  With hundreds of erroneous data issues per month, you need to keep informed of those impacting your clients and prospects before they are unexpectedly shut down.  Simply enter the DOT number of your insureds and you can choose the types of alerts you receive.

Stay updated on changes stemming from FHWA, FMCSA, DOT, and CSA changes relating to your motor carrier clients. Data is monitored daily and email notifications are sent as soon as updates are made. Quickly catch DOT out-of-service-orders (OOSO), inactive DOT, and Authority Revocations. Early knowledge can help quickly resolve small issues before they become big problems.

Critical Notifications include:  (a) An insured’s VIN gets inspected under another motor carrier’s DOT; (b) Stolen VIN gets inspected;   (c) Vehicle has an inspection that is not on a scheduled auto policy. 

DOT Client Monitoring lets you:

 

  • Monitor clients for changes in key data

  • Verify new ventures and power units

  • View vehicle inspections, violations, and crash history by VIN or DOT number

  • Helps Claims Dept. to find stolen vehicles

No need to manually upload changes to insureds when you automate via API or FTP. It’s done automatically to eliminate the headache of uploading DOTs and VINs!

Looking for solutions to
find better leads? increase client retention? easy to read carrier reports? bind more policies? improve BASIC CSA scores? portal monitoring notifications? improve insurance rates?

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Email Notifications

DOT Client Monitoring also tracks insured motor carriers and sends email notifications as soon as any unreported vehicles are discovered, allowing you to take necessary action.

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    Unreported Vehicle Monitoring

    Informs underwriters of vehicles on their policies of which they are unaware. Finding unreported trucks enables insurance carriers to collect additional premiums while concurrently reducing risk exposure, thereby potentially adding thousands to the bottom line.