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If you are researching technology options to track your mixed fleet, the following are the key considerations to ensure the solution meets all your needs.
Learn what information you can receive from vehicle diagnostics vs. non-diagnostics datasets and their differences.
Increasing safety and saving lives – learn how a delivery service used GPS tracking in a unique way to alert drivers inside the vehicle.
Fleet safety issues come from a number of sources, like poor driver behavior, but the number one cause of the rise in the fleet driver accident rate is distracted driving.
Find out what sets top telematics companies apart. Discover the right telematics company to solve your fleet challenges. Learn about telematics service providers.
This article will explore the ways in which integrating fleet fuel cards with GPS tracking data can help solve fuel card fraud and more.
Pt. II continues exploring the opportunity costs of not holding your drivers accountable with GPS tracking looking at side jobs and billing disputes with customers.
See what the opportunity costs are without holding drivers accountable and how GPS tracking systems could be the answer to these problems.
Don’t waste valuable time on the phone figuring out where your vehicles are located. Communicate safely and more efficiently with GPS tracking.
There are three solutions involving assigning drivers to vehicles using GPS fleet tracking that cut down wasted time spent doing so by hand.
From installations to introducing the technology to employees, these are the top 4 reasons why GPS tracking initiatives fail.
Martin Novak, Installation Engineer for GPS Insight, explains how monitoring battery voltage can help avoid vehicle downtime.