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5 steps to proactively steer gray fleet risks
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Many employees drive personal vehicles for work. This is known as a company’s “gray fleet.” Gray fleets do not completely transfer the duty of care onto the employee as some may think. While the employee initially covers insurance, maintenance, and fuel costs, employers still have a duty of care to these drivers. Employers who allow employees to drive their own vehicles for work-related matters are legally responsible for the safety of those employees while on the job and the vehicles operated on their behalf. Here are five ways you can mitigate this risk.

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