While driving during early or late hours be mindful of gimmicks from potential robbers, like hitting your vehicle or throwing items at vehicle to make you stop. If the road seems lonely or deserted and such an incidence occurs, please ignore and keep moving till you get to a safe area to check out your car.
Memorizing phone numbers of your boss or a loved one is very key in emergency cases, when armed thefts occur the phone of the driver is usually stolen as well. When dropped off after the robbery, you can look for a nearby phone to immediately make a distress call for assistance.
If a crime is committed in or around your business and the person accused of committing the crime was caught on camera, you’ve got an extra piece of evidence for a court case. Jurors and judges can watch footage or view photos from your security cameras and establish that the person on trial did indeed commit the crime. Not only will you be preventing the same person from causing you more trouble in the future, you’ll be helping out your entire community.
Getting a driver is a very sensitive task and must be done with caution. Ensure you have full information of the driver and his verified guarantor backed with documents that you can hold should the employee driver engage in fraud. Then always ensure your vehicle tracking device is active and functional.