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Unlimited historical telematics data can free your business from being held liable for speeding tickets, accidents, etc. and vindicate your drivers when they are not at fault.
Without GPS trailer tracking in place, trailers can become free storage for your customers if their warehouse becomes full of inventory.
Location intelligence, or the ability to know where your vehicles are at any given time, provides a plethora of benefits that go beyond having dots on a map.
Not only does improving fuel efficiency limit the harmful effects of excessive Green House Gas (GHG) emissions, it can significantly reduce costs.
Explore how tracking company vehicles with GPS can help prevent side jobs, increase productivity, reducing your fuel costs, and more.
With some telematics providers, you become just a number with no resources to set you up for success with the product.
The main aspect of GPS tracking that helps equipment rental companies keep up with maintenance is the ability to monitor run time.
Taking a more strategic approach to telematics gives birth to an external focus on initiatives such as customer experience and competitive differentiation.
Knowing exactly where your drivers have been throughout the day is huge for industries such as snow removal services and landscaping companies.
There are still philosophical problems to address before handing the reigns completely over to the computer in your vehicle.
Having the flexibility of choosing the best cellular service for your vehicles and equipment is crucial to avoid inconsistent reporting of devices.