April 22 is Earth Day—which makes it a great time to assess how your fleet can become more eco-friendly. Read More
As a fleet manager, having an efficient way to manage compliance is essential for your operations to run smoothly. Read More
Fleet managers are responsible for making sure that all vehicles used by their organization are well-maintained and running safely. However, managing a fleet of vehicles can be a complex task that involves many challenges. The risk of burnout is real, and developing some strategies to offload some of that stress is crucial to thriving long term. Here are four pressing fleet manager challenges you’re probably facing, along with ways to deal with them. Read More
Spring is here and it’s time to get your fleet ready for the warmer weather. Regular maintenance is an important part of keeping your vehicles running in top condition, but there are some special steps you should take at this time of year to make sure your fleet is safe and efficient. These four tips will help you get the process started.
Distracted driving is a large problem for both civilian drivers and fleets, and it’s only getting worse. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), there were more than 3,100 deaths from distracted driving in 2021 alone. That’s why April has been designated as Distracted Driver Awareness Month. Read More
You’ve done the math. The more you know about your equipment, the easier it is to keep it in the field—and the better your bottom line is. What is the best way to make that math work in your favor? Link heavy equipment and field service technology for the easiest and most efficient solution. With a platform like GPS Trackit, you can see where all your assets are in real-time, track their historical locations, manage maintenance, and make sure you’re quoting jobs accurately. Read More
In a world of high gas prices and touchless digital transactions and potential credit card fraud, it’s never been more important to make sure your fleet fuel payments are secure and efficient. Car IQ integrates with your GPS Trackit fleet management solution to streamline and secure the process for businesses of all sizes.
You’ve probably seen plenty of scary stories about how retailers like Amazon have been aggressively using artificial intelligence-driven cameras in their delivery trucks to track drivers. Like any technology, AI in fleet management can potentially become disruptive if it isn’t deployed carefully. Let’s take a look at how you can get the benefits of AI without some of the drawbacks.
Even when the labor environment isn’t as tight as it is now, it’s still expensive to replace a valuable team member. It can cost more than two-thirds of a driver’s annual salary just to get a new person in the door—and that cost only goes up when you’re talking about one of your most valuable crew members. Keeping your highest-performing drivers in place is an important key to profitability, and the right fleet management software can help you do that. These tips will show you how to use this technology to manage driver retention more effectively.
Almost every business equipment and software purchase your company makes (up to $1,080,000, or your company’s net income, whichever is smaller) qualifies for a Section 179 deduction. That means you can deduct what you paid in 2022 for equipment ranging from vehicles, computers, heavy equipment, and—you guessed it—GPS tracking devices.