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Share Your Driving Data to Potentially Help Lower Business Auto Insurance Costs

EnRoute, Erie Insurance’s commercial telematics program, makes it easy for business auto insurance customers to share their driving data and thereby potentially lower business auto premiums and reduce driving risk.

EnRoute uses driving and vehicle data from telematics devices to help business owners recognize how choices, such as routes, driver actions, and the types of vehicles driven, affect driving performance and safety. The program works with more than 40 telematics service providers and nearly a dozen telematics-enabled vehicle manufacturers.

“Crashes cost employers billions of dollars annually in medical care, lost productivity, legal expenses and property damage,” says ERIE’s Leo Heintz, vice president, Commercial Products. “By harnessing the power of telematics services, EnRoute delivers driving intelligence to help our customers protect their drivers, employees and businesses.”

You’ve worked hard to build and grow your business. We can help protect it.

On-the-Job Crashes and Your Bottom Line

For many businesses, the most dangerous part of the workday is the time employees spend in their vehicles. In fact, the average car accident costs an employer $16,500, according to research conducted by OSHA. If an on-the-job crash results in an injury, the average cost to the driver’s employer is $74,000.1

Yet, fleets with active telematics programs experience up to 11 percent fewer losses from collisions, according to studies conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.2

How EnRoute Works to Help Lower Insurance Costs

You may be eligible to save up to 10 percent on your business auto insurance policy, if you have telematics devices installed on at least two-thirds of your commercial vehicles and a positive fleet or FAIR Score®.3

Similar to a financial credit score, the FAIR Score® allows you to see at a glance where your business stands on a driving risk index that compares fleets of similar type and territory. The FAIR Score is an overall risk ranking for the entire fleet that looks at vehicle characteristics and the driven environment, in addition to vehicle performance. Monitored weekly, with monthly trend reports, the FAIR Score lets managers put safety first and reduce risk.

With EnRoute, you’ll also have access to an easy-to-understand online portal that allows you to see which drivers are improving your score and which ones have room for improvement. Identifying and analyzing contextual driving risks may lead to better driving performance, a reduction in risky driving and improved driving safety.

If you don’t have telematics devices on your vehicles and you’re interested in this technology, ERIE provides telematics devices at no charge to you. Talk to your local agent to see if your business is eligible.

ERIE offers EnRoute at no additional charge above your premium. The program is available to commercial lines auto customers whether you have a telematic service provider or not. Customers with existing telematic service providers simply sign up for the EnRoute program. Customers who do not have a telematic service provider have the option to sign up and receive windshield devices at no charge above your premium.

How to Get Started

To get started with the program enrollment, contact your local ERIE agent or call EnRoute at 814-217-1919, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Central time. More information is available at

  • 1

    Source: Guidelines for Employers to Reduce Crashes; US Occupational Safety and Health Administration, National Safety Administration and Network of Employers for Transportation Safety

  • 2

    Source:“Study of the Impact of Telematics Systems on Safe and Fuel-Efficient Driving in Trucks,” 2014, and “Evaluating the Potential Safety Benefits of Electronics Logging Devises,” 2014, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

  • 3

    For additional details about how a FAIR score may affect your insurance premium, see the EnRoute participation agreement.

Enrollment in EnRoute requires consent to the EnRoute Participation Agreement that contains terms and conditions not described herein.Information and descriptions of the policies, services and/or programs described herein are provided solely for general informational purposes, and do not create a contract or offer of coverage, and do not amend or otherwise affect the terms, conditions and/or coverages of any insurance policy issued by Erie Insurance, its affiliates, or subsidiaries, or the EnRoute Participation Agreement, unless stated otherwise. Erie Insurance makes no representations or guarantees of results based upon the use of this information, and does not warrant that reliance upon EnRoute will prevent accident and losses, or satisfy federal, state and/or local codes, ordinances and/or regulations. Coverages, exclusions, limitations, policy terms, conditions, and/or eligibility for insurance or discounts may vary by state, and are subject to the underwriting guidelines and rules in effect for that state at the time of enrollment.

ERIE® insurance products and services are provided by one or more of the following insurers: Erie Insurance Exchange, Erie Insurance Company, Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company, Flagship City Insurance Company and Erie Family Life Insurance Company (home offices: Erie, Pennsylvania) or Erie Insurance Company of New York (home office: Rochester, New York).  The companies within the Erie Insurance Group are not licensed to operate in all states. Refer to the company licensure and states of operation information.

The insurance products and rates, if applicable, described in this blog are in effect as of July 2022 and may be changed at any time. 

Insurance products are subject to terms, conditions and exclusions not described in this blog. The policy contains the specific details of the coverages, terms, conditions and exclusions. 

The insurance products and services described in this blog are not offered in all states.  ERIE life insurance and annuity products are not available in New York.  ERIE Medicare supplement products are not available in the District of Columbia or New York.  ERIE long term care products are not available in the District of Columbia and New York. 

Eligibility will be determined at the time of application based upon applicable underwriting guidelines and rules in effect at that time.

Your ERIE agent can offer you practical guidance and answer questions you may have before you buy.