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Black Boxes help to make drivers safer

27 March 2008

A company has been leading the way in changing the behaviour of its drivers for the better and has started to see significant results.

Global telecommunications provider T-Mobile currently has 7,100 employees working in the UK .

Its domestic fleet of more than 800 vehicles is made up of 343 benefit cars, 259 sales and business use cars and 205 operational vehicles.

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