How GPS Tracking Improves Fleet Productivity

Fleet management is a hectic profession. When fleet managers aren’t spending time tackling day-to-day issues that are specific to their operations, they are likely addressing broader fleet problems, such as safety, maintenance, or any number of other perennial issues. Read More

How GPS Tracking Improves Fleet Productivity

Fleet management is a hectic profession. When fleet managers aren’t spending time tackling day-to-day issues that are specific to their operations, they are likely addressing broader fleet problems, such as safety, maintenance, or any number of other perennial issues.

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Managing the Safety of Large Truck Fleets

Motor vehicle deaths in the U.S. increased 16% through the first six months of 2021, according to new preliminary estimates released by the National Safety Council, which further exacerbates the need for fleets to address driver safety protocols in their operations. Read More

Distracted truck driver causes accident captured by dash cam.

Truck Dash Cam Shows Distracted Driving Crash

A fleet truck driver in the United Kingdom was recently jailed for crashing into the rear of a vehicle on a highway that resulted in serious injury to its three occupants. (1) The driver was discovered to have been texting while driving just before the incident, which dash cam footage installed into the truck was able to show. Read More

How to Eliminate Fleet Fuel Fraud

An ex-employee for the city of Shreveport, Louisiana was recently sentenced to spend two-and-half years in federal prison for committing fraud by using city credit cards to illegally purchase gasoline. 1  This instance of fuel fraud took place over two years – from September 2017 to October 2019 – before the former employee was arrested for his crimes, which amounted totally to more than $400,000 of illegal fuel purchases. Read More

Keeping Construction Workers Safe From Vehicle Crashes

Approximately 60% of construction firms that work on highways reported experiencing vehicles crashing into their work zones, according to new data collected from a survey from the Associated General Contractors of America and HCSS. Compare this to the same survey in 2017 where 44% reported motor vehicle crash incidents in their construction work zones. Despite ongoing efforts to curb dangerous driving actions, these behaviors are still rampant and are making the work of construction companies more dangerous and difficult than it already is. Read More