Automotive Resources International (ARI) has introduced a toll-management program that it said is designed to reduce penalties and administrative costs related to violations. Under the program, ARI will work with fleets and toll authorities to register plates or manage the purchase, fulfillment and replacement of transponders to ensure tolls are paid in full. If a violation occurs, ARI said it ensures the fine is paid appropriately to avoid further penalty.
“The new program is just one part of our comprehensive approach to controlling fleet costs,” said Tim Delaney, licensing & compliance manager for ARI. “We work with our clients to add appropriate information, restrictions or regulations on the use of toll roads, bridges and tunnels to policies. Our web-based driver training and customized driver communications reinforce appropriate driver behavior.
“We can analyze a fleet’s geographic footprint and use of toll roads, bridges and tunnels to make the best possible recommendations for cost-reducing practices and operating alternatives,” he added.”