GPS Tracking for Car Subscription Services Companies

16 Mar 2022

As many of us know, car subscription services allow customers access to a line of vehicles that come pre-insured for the cost of a monthly subscription. For a lot of people, this is an attractive alternative to traditional leasing or buying a car. Not only do you not have to sign a long-term contract, but customers often get access to multiple vehicles.

The convenience and attractiveness of car subscription services are becoming increasingly popular, but there are some inherent risks for owners and managers of car subscription services. That’s why, in the following article, we discuss how and why GPS tracking for cars can be a substantial asset and reduce your overall risk.

5 Ways GPS Tracking Can Benefit Your Car Subscription Service Company

  1. Track miles and maintenance more easily. GPS tracking software logs every mile so you can get a better idea of how much each vehicle is being driven. Furthermore, GPS tracking can be used to monitor and alert you when it is in need of maintenance, a checkup, oil changes, and more. For example, if you need to rotate your tires every 6,000 miles, you can set an alert on the GPS tracker to notify you before it’s due. This will make checkups and maintenance much easier and streamlined, and take some of the burdens off of you as the manager or owner. Plus, it will ensure that you don’t accidentally give a car to a customer right before it’s due for any scheduled maintenance.
  1. Reduce risk. Besides the inevitable legal risk that would come about if you gave a car to someone that needed an oil change or maintenance, GPS trackers can reduce risk in other ways too. GPS trackers can provide you with important data related to driver behavior. So, if one of your customers gets into an accident on the road and blames the car, not only will you have the maintenance data to prove that it is in good condition, but you will have their driving behavior to show any increases in speed, sharp turns, etc.
  1. Keep track of miles and reduce reckless driving.  Another way that GPS tracking could benefit your company is if your car subscription company has mileage restrictions. If they do then installing GPS trackers into your cars along with notifying the customer of this fact will likely reduce the chance of them breaking this policy and encourage them to drive safely. This will keep both your customers safe and your vehicles secure.
  1. Improve theft recovery. Car subscription services are not immune to theft. Whether it’s an idiot driver with a false ID trying to sneak a car away or a simple thief going by the cover of night, your cars are an asset that may be a target for people looking to steal and/or sell a car. To make sure that your vehicles are as safe as they can be, install GPS trackers in all of them. So if they are ever stolen, authorities will be able to easily track them down and get your vehicle back to you.
  1. Receive emergency notifications and alerts.  Finally, GPS trackers can provide much-needed information and alerts in the case that a customer gets into an accident while on the road. GPS trackers can notify you and the authorities so that they can get the help they need as quickly as possible.

With all of these ways GPS tracking can be beneficial for your car subscription company, isn’t it time to hop on board? Here at LiveViewGPS, we have many vehicle tracking options to consider. Take a look, and then give us a call at 1-888-544-0494 should you have any questions.


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