We make fleets low-risk & low-cost

Capturing data in 1-second intervals is the key to delivering superior client outcomes

FleetRisk™ is a risk-service provider for commercial motor-vehicle fleets; delivering value across safety, tax and fleet optimisation. The outcome being a positive impact on your bottom line; most organisations can expect to see a 12 to 22% reduction in operating costs - tax benefits included.

We can cater for vehicles of all sizes; however, with a particular focus on helping organisations with fleets containing light-vehicles and passenger cars.

We generate superior safety outcomes because, unlike most offerings in the market, we capture data in 1-second intervals. It’s critical because if you’re not doing 1-second, you’re not doing safety.

Our high-fidelity data also drives superior outcomes across FBT and Fuel Tax Credits (the platform holds and ATO Class Ruling for both) and fleet optimisation.

Summary of benefits

  • Delivers a safer workplace, supports legal compliance.

  • Reduces your tax burden; FBT and Fuel Tax Credits.

  • Lowers your costs through fewer crashes (less insurance excess), less downtime, reduced fuel usage, and enhanced asset utilisation.

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Our case studies prove that the FleetRisk approach produces sustainable improvements in driver-behaviour. A recent analysis, conducted with a State Not-For-Profit client, showed that over a 2.5 year period the FleetRisk approach has helped to reduce:

  • Speeding risk-events by ~ 50%,

  • Number of insurance claims by > 50%


Through the data we automatically collect, a platform that holds an ATO Class Ruling, we can deliver tax benefits:

  1. Reducing FBT liability, and

  2. Claiming back Fuel Tax Credits;

On a success-fee contingency basis, we calculate the fuel tax excise credits owed to our clients, in some cases up to 4-years back.


Our approach lowers your operational costs; fewer crashes, less downtime, reduced fuel usage and enhanced asset utilisation.

With FleetRisk, many fleets can expect a 12-22% decrease in their total cash cost of operation - tax benefits included.

Contact us today to discuss your organisation's objectives.

We protect key stakeholders


Whether full-time, or incidentally as part of the job's requirements, driving is one of the most dangerous activities in the workplace:

  • 50% of all occupational fatalities in Australia are work-related vehicle crashes, and

  • Make up 15% of the National Road Toll.

So, at FleetRisk our primary focus is upon crash prevention. The in-vehicle management system records behaviour and is combined with the accurate assessment of the human factors important to consistent safe driving; looking for any potential 'blind spots'. The end result being personalised feedback; compensatory strategies to promote a consistently safe and smooth driving style.


Directors and officers have an uninsurable personal liability when it comes to the duty of care that they owe their workers. No-one is exempt from this provision and for the first time it includes Public Servants and Volunteer Organisations. The laws came into effect in 2012 but a recent of high profile fatalities has the police and roads authorities vigorously enforcing safety inspections. With FleetRisk, and for a fraction of vehicle operating costs, it is possible to fulfill the obligation of a “proactive duty of care”.

For managers, FleetRisk streamlines several management processes, including safety management. Making it easier for managers to identify, prioritise and execute timely intervention strategies.


When an insurance provider has a clear picture of the pro-active and effective risk management strategies employed in a business, it can include those relevant risk strategies in the overall insurance assessment of risk exposure. The more that an insurance provider knows about their client’s management of risk, the more able it is to apply appropriate pricing to that risk. FleetRisk gives insurance providers this clearer picture.

With FleetRisk, clients are able to influence reductions to the premium applied to their business and over the longer term, thereby lessening the impact of pricing increases in comparison to similar businesses in their particular industry as insurance rates rise.
— Peter Marshall, Insurance House