Art Liggio

Art, CEO and president at Driving Dynamics, is a risk and insurance management executive with more than 30 years of experience helping fleet-based operations manage risk and mitigate losses. Over the past decade, Art has consulted with executives and safety professionals regarding fleet safety and driver risk management covering a broad range of subjects from creating driver safety policies to establishing protocols for driver risk identification to regulatory compliance. He has orchestrated the development of a number of innovative web-based risk management / risk mitigation applications, in use today at Fortune 500 companies, property/casualty insurers and investment institutions, as well as an award-winning, online driver safety educational series that has been delivered to thousands of drivers worldwide.

Recent Posts

The Price of Imbalance: Profit Achieved at the Expense of Safety

By Art Liggio on Dec 11, 2018 9:58:00 AM

My management team just finished the arduous task of producing next year’s business plan and budget. Time, effort, forward thinking, compromises and multiple revisions all played a role in accomplishing this yearly forecast. Each year, several key projects (think $$$s here) are identified, which we believe will bring value to our clients and the company as well. Of course, from my vantage point, one of the responsibilities I have is to challenge management on what the Return on Investment (ROI) will be for these new projects. From here we prioritize and decide which ones to pursue and implement in the coming year.

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Taking A Holistic View of Incidents to Achieve Maximum Driver Safety Improvements

By Art Liggio on Oct 30, 2018 2:46:29 PM

Big data is really here. The amount of details we can amass related to drivers’ activities behind-the-wheel is impressive and loaded with powerful, useful intelligence. However, organizations that have access to this may still face challenges achieving maximum results because a data-driven focus can have an unintentional consequence—To see the driver as a problem to be controlled rather than a resource to be leveraged.

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Just When We Thought We Were Making Progress: Crash Stats

By Art Liggio on Jul 17, 2018 9:17:04 AM

woman investment consultant analyzing company annual financial report balance sheet statement working with documents graphs. Stock market, office, tax, education concept. Hands with charts papersIn 2003 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) published the report, “What Do Traffic Crashes Cost? Total Cost to Employers by State and Industry,” which identified, among other vital statistics, the average cost employers incurred with each vehicle crash. Funded by NHTSA, the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) released “Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes to Employers—2015™”an update to the 2003 report which should receive careful review by anyone involved in Fleet operations.

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One Second Advantage™ Safety Tip: Avoiding Aggressive Driving

By Art Liggio on Jun 7, 2018 8:22:36 AM

There is probably not a day that goes by when you see someone taking unnecessary driving risks. If you are like most individuals, this can make you quite uncomfortable—maybe even angry at times. Without a doubt, aggressive driving is a serious and growing problem. It is rude, often illegal, and always dangerous. Speeding, tailgating, frequent and sudden lane changes, failure to yield right-of-way and disregarding traffic signals—these aggressive behaviors are contributing factors in more than 50 percent of all collisions. 

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A Word on Sharing the Road from This Two-Wheeled Weekend Wanderer

By Art Liggio on May 19, 2018 9:44:04 AM

Motorcycle going at high speed on a straight road I had reached a certain age; grown the requisite over-sized waistline (I’m being kind to myself) and now sported a graying beard. Like tens of thousands before me sharing these similar traits, I purchased my first motorcycle. Go figure! And I have to say I’m enjoying the heck out of my weekend rides.

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