Dash cams can serve as a vehicle “black box” if they’re recording during an incident. Telematics can help reduce accident rates. We’ll examine several ways you can use GPS tracking and telematics to create a safer fleet.
What Is the Correlation Between Speeding, Hard Braking and Higher Accident Rates?
Accidents are often preventable through the right mix of training, education, and tracking. Over a 10-year period there was a 12-percent increase in the total number of people killed in large-truck crashes, from 4,245 fatalities in 2008 to 4,761 fatalities in 2017 according to a report released in 2019 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Trucking accidents can be costly, both in terms of money and lives lost. Ensuring the safety of your fleet drivers and the community you serve should always remain top-of-mind. Accidents are costly and can be a major issue, so make sure you’re doing everything in your power to reduce the chances of incidents.
What Should I Include in My Fleet Vehicle Maintenance Policy?
Curious as to what you should include in your fleet’s vehicle maintenance policy? GPS Trackit unpacks everything you need to know about how to create a maintenance policy that will serve your company, employees and vehicles to improve efficiencies and generate better customer outcomes.
What Growing Businesses Need in a Fleet Tracking Solution
Running a growing business requires a fleet management strategy that works a lot better than pen and paper. As the fleet grows, so does the number of things that need to be monitored and tracked across each asset in the fleet. Read More
What Should Fleet Managers Check for During Spring and Summer?
Fleet managers have the difficult responsibility of maintaining their fleet’s safety and efficiency. There are many factors to consider including vehicle age, driver behavior, road conditions, maintenance schedules and more. To help you keep your fleet in top shape this spring and summer season we put together a checklist for all the things that should be done ASAP!
Reducing Carbon Emissions from Last-Mile Delivery Vehicles
When it comes to issues in fleet management like fuel usage, idle time and route optimization, we usually turn our attention to the benefits of telematics and GPS tracking through the lens of ROI, improving efficiency and customer satisfaction. After all, these are extremely important. But what about the carbon emissions impact of commercial vehicles? Read More