A good dash cam system is one of the most effective ways to protect your commercial vehicles. They can do everything from monitoring your drivers’ behavior to establishing the proof you need to defend yourself in a potential legal battle. But with so many on the market, how do you know which ones are the best for your fleet? Here are five ways to identify the best dash cams for commercial vehicles.
Get even more functionality from your fleet management platform with GPS monitoring system accessories that give you more control over your vehicles and their cargo. These accessories are just some of the efficiency enhancements you can ask your GPS Trackit Fleet Advisor.
If you’re a fleet manager interested in cutting-edge efficiency and protection for your vehicles, a video telematics system is probably on your radar. The concept is simple: Use real-time driver- and road-facing video to get a complete picture of what’s happening inside and outside every vehicle in your fleet. But picking the right system can be difficult. Here, we’ll discuss video telematics basics, and answer the questions you have about installing a system in your fleet.
Employee GPS tracking policy. Incorporating a GPS tracking platform into your fleet operations is a big step toward improving efficiency and reducing costs. Systems like those from GPS Trackit offer everything from better routing to improved fuel economy and reduced wear-and-tear from aggressive driving.
The best field service management tools pull double duty. They make it possible for managers and dispatchers to “see” all trucks at a glance for better decision-making. And they also make drivers’ on-road experiences safer and more efficient.
GPS Trackit’s field service management tools accomplish these tasks with three essential features, among others: artificial intelligence-powered in-cabin alerting, two-way messaging between driver and base, and fleet-wide driver scorecards.
Whether you’re managing six trucks or 60, a simple update to your in-vehicle technology can produce a positive return on investment in less than 30 days. Dashcams for fleet service businesses make good financial sense. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can bank that savings potential.
With the complexities that come with running a modern fleet, managers need the best tools at their disposal. With the technology loaded into cutting-edge fleet management solutions, it’s easy to make things work using the speed and precision of automation instead of hours of analysis and paperwork. Here are five ways you can be a successful fleet manager:
Even before the pandemic-related disruptions of the last two years, fleet managers faced a challenging set of market factors—driver shortages, fuel cost increases, and increasingly complex supply chains in Arkansas.
How GPS-enabled Dash Cams Can Save Lives and Money
Michigan is the automotive capital of the world, but recently, the Great Lakes State has shown some worrying on-road trends. Seat belt usage has shown a significant drop—from more than 98 percent in 2009 to 92.6 percent in 2021. That drop has contributed to a 10 percent increase in on-road fatalities.
What happens if a GPS tracking device or dashcam has a problem?
It’s a rare occurrence but you may have a technical problem with your GPS tracking device or your dashcam. When this happens you may wonder if GPS Trackit support can see the problem remotely. Actually, there are so many tracking devices and dashcams in the field that this would be difficult.
Who should you contact for help with a GPS tracking device or dashcam?
If you notice that a GPS tracker or dashcam has stopped working, please email [email protected] or call 866-320-5810.