How to Change Your Fleet Trucks to 4G GPS Tracking

As cellular data carriers like AT&T and Verizon prepare to shut down their 2G and 3G networks, if your field service fleet has not made the switch to 4G or 5G, you may be at risk of falling behind. Fleets that are still on 3G networks may find themselves scrambling when the deadlines are reached. Read More

10 GPS Vehicle Tracking Reports That Save Money

As a fleet manager you already know that using telematics is extremely useful, but did you know that you are probably missing out on even more benefits? There are dozens of telematics modules that can tell you everything from the temperature in the different zones of a reefer trailer, to the tire pressure. Here is our top 10 list of vehicle tracking reports in GPS Trackit: Read More

Over the last decade, GPS tracking has gained immense popularity among fleet managers. The use of GPS tracking can be seen in everything from phones and tablets to cars to fleet management. However, despite its popularity, very few understand how GPS works. To have an idea on the workings of a GPS tracking system, we first need to know some GPS basics. >> Continue Reading

What’s the Difference Between Geofences and Landmarks?

Fleet managers need to be aware of the difference between geofences and landmarks when using GPS tracking software. Geofences are virtual boundaries that are set up around a specific area, while landmarks are physical locations that are marked on a map.  Read More

The United States has a system of weighing stations that monitor the weight, safety and emissions of commercial vehicles. The program is overseen by the Department of Transportation and managed by state or local authorities. Weigh station bypass programs allow truck drivers to avoid weigh stations if they have been deemed eligible for a bypass based on safety records, emissions compliance and other factors. Read More