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This week, Trōv Mobility announced the launch of its Rapid-Quote Program, designed to help U.S. delivery drivers get on the road more quickly in response to the need for last-mile delivery services as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
The program can be utilized by delivery platforms, OEMs, auto dealers, and other fleet types looking to make their vehicles available for delivery, the company said in a statement.
“The quoting process for commercial auto-insurance for delivery can often take weeks or months,” said Ian Sweeney, SVP & GM of Trōv Mobility, in the statement. “The goal is to enable delivery platforms to onboard new drivers quickly, so they can focus on delivering essential items to those in need during this difficult time.”
The company is working with several U.S.-based insurance carriers.
The program is based on real-time fleet risk management and context-based pricing, which is designed to scale up or down as the delivery fleet size changes. The program requires a minimum of 25 vehicles and is for U.S.-based fleets only.
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