Law firm turns to Lightfoot to encourage eco-friendly driving
12 February 2018
Author: Sean Keywood
A law firm has become the first business in the UK to install driver coaching system Lightfoot in its pool cars.
Stephens Scown says it has installed the system, which encourages smoother driving, to reduce emissions and improve its carbon footprint.
The firm says that since installing Lightfoot in December it has already seen a drop in fuel costs and emissions.
Jaime Thornton, office manager for Stephens Scown in Exeter, said: "The pool cars are being used every day and it has become a competition between individuals and our three offices to see who will achieve the best score.
"I've noticed that my colleagues are coming back from a drive feeling proud of having achieved a high score.
"It is clear that Lightfoot focuses on the wellbeing of the driver and we have already started to see its benefits, such as improved safety and great cost reductions.
"We look forward to a continued partnership with Lightfoot as we work to make Stephens Scown even more sustainable."
Lightfoot managing director Mark Roberts said: "Lightfoot is proven to reduce emissions and fuel costs, which helps to create safer, smoother and greener drivers.
"We are delighted to be working with Stephens Scown to install Lightfoot in their pool cars and help to further reduce their environmental impact."