Driving isn’t just about getting from one place to another; the truth is more complicated. It is an activity that requires responsibility, patience, concentration, and knowledge of the rules of the road. As a regular fleet driver or a long-haul trucker, you need to exercise politeness and care to make the streets safer for people around you.  Here are some road etiquette rules that you need to know >> Continue Reading

Has your company decided to make GPS tracking a part of your fleet management strategy? Expect to enjoy the many benefits of improved driver monitoring and advanced route planning in the near future. While you are probably excited about these features, your employees, on the other hand, may not view the implementation of GPS tracking technology in such a positive light. You can use this as an opportunity to take control of the situation and change how the installation is received. >> Continue Reading

Managing mobile employees can be difficult. There is little-to-no face time with your fleet drivers, which can lead to incorrect verbal cues, lost nuance and poor employee visibility. As a manager of a fleet, you are unable to be physically present where most of your workers are, which can take a toll on communication. Have a look into some of the ways through which fleet managers can communicate and manage remote drivers. >> Continue Reading

[companyInfo] Read the latest from industry publications on information related to legislation and Hours of Service (HOS): FMCSA officially amends hours rule to remove break requirement for short haulers The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued a final rule this week that officially provides an exemption of the 30-minute break requirement of the current hours >> Continue Reading >> Continue Reading

Temecula, CA  September 16th, 2013 – GPSTrackIt.com/’s latest innovation is a Driver Status feature designed to optimize and protect mobile personnel while away from vehicles. Driver Status enables dispatchers and fleet managers to not only see positioning for a vehicle at any given time, but – separately – where personnel associated with that vehicle are >> Continue Reading >> Continue Reading