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Minimising hit while parked collisions

24 November 2010

Interactive Driving Systems offers new research and guidance on minimising hit while parked collisions.

Hit while parked collisions are notoriously difficult to manage, and cost the fleet and motor insurance industry significant amounts of time and money. 

To help, Interactive Driving Systems has done a great deal of research, and produced detailed guidance on the issue. 

A free copy of the research and guidance document 'Reducing ‘hit while parked’ and ‘driver unknown’ incidents' is available by emailing:

will.murray@virtualriskmanager.net 

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