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Cover Whale embarks on a strategic partnership with Geotab, offering its fleet community access to its AI-powered Driver Safety Program.

Cover Whale forges partnership with Geotab

March 11, 2024
Cover Whale embarks on a strategic partnership with Geotab, offering its fleet community access to its AI-powered Driver Safety Program.

Cover Whale Insurance Solutions has partnered with Geotab on fleet insurance. 

Cover Whale is integrating with the Geotab Marketplace to offer its insurance coverage, including auto liability, auto physical damage, motor truck cargo, and other trucking insurance products, to Geotab fleet and owner-operator customers. 

The integration offers a streamlined insurance experience for Geotab fleet managers and drivers. It combines the telematics data from Geotab with Cover Whale’s insurance programs, providing support and safety for commercial fleets.

“We take pride in building partnerships with leading-edge companies like Geotab. By joining forces, we have the opportunity to lower costs and improve safety for Geotab drivers and fleets,” said Dan Abrahamsen, CEO of Cover Whale. “Our use of advanced telematics in our Driver Safety Program has been proven to reduce the incidents and severity of claims while offering our safest drivers up to a 30% discount at renewal. We are confident that this partnership will make roads safer for everyone.”

See also: Geotab unveils first fully-integrated, generative AI copilot

Geotab recently unveiled its Geotab Ace, an artificial intelligence copilot designed for fleets. Geotab Ace streamlines fleet management and enhances user experience by offering tailored insights. It distills billions of data points daily, simplifying insights while streamlining access to information.

“By combining Geotab’s industry-leading telematics data with Cover Whale’s AI-powered risk assessment and coaching program, we are empowering fleets and owner-operators to improve safety and reduce costs for their businesses,” said Jim Davis, VP of insurance at Geotab. “It’s a perfect example of how telematics can be used to create a win-win situation for everyone involved—from insurers to drivers to the entire trucking industry.”

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