Fleet managers can improve their employee and company equipment security and monitoring, thanks to GPS fleet trackers. Being able to know your fleet’s maintenance costs and history, as well as their next service date, are essential to maintaining an efficient and strong fleet regardless of what season it is.
Fleet tracking reports provide you with an itemized view of the service need of each vehicle, which is a perfect way to avoid high overhead costs and an excellent way to plan ahead.
Vehicle theft is a problem throughout all states in America; however, if you live in the state of California, there is a far greater chance your car will be stolen than if you live anywhere else in the country. Why? Because California experiences the highest percentage of vehicle thefts in the United States. In fact, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s (NICB) 2016 Hot Spots report, California’s Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) experienced the highest per capita theft rate for vehicles in the year 2015. In addition, 8 of the 10 cities listed on the latest Hot Spots report were located in the state of California.
Are you a company that employs fleet drivers? If so, you know that the safety of your employees and the success of your business lies in the how safe your drivers are when they are on the road.
Today, drivers are more distracted than ever when they get behind the wheel of a vehicle. Things like talking on the phone and text messaging have become a major problem for drivers, taking their attention away from where it needs to be: on the road. Distracted driving can cause serious complications, including speeding, failure to obey traffic signals and crashes that can result in injury or even death.