8 Ways a GPS Vehicle Tracking System Adds Value
Whether we’re talking Last Mile Delivery, Truck Tracking or Fleet Tracking: Any one of these, by itself, is a compelling argument to invest in our system.
Equipment lost by theft hurts two ways: the hassle to get insurance to pay and the downtime until it is replaced. Tracking vehicles and equipment can speed up the recovery time and minimize the loss.
Actively monitor your vehicles for speeding, Use unit maps or interactive playback function to analyze & review routes taken to identify inefficiencies, detours and personal stops.
Email alerts and reports document when your vehicles arrive or depart designated locations. Landmarks can be used to identify customer locations, rest or fuel stops, or repair facilities.
Use the tracking system to support and validate customer billings. Routes driven and time on site details can support nearly any customer claims.
Our GPS vehicle tracking system provides hard facts about under-utilized trucks and identifies vehicles with excessive mileage. Our color coded charts provide at-a-glance answers. Monitor runtime and distance traveled. Calculate fuel economy and idle time and if equipped, compare to PTO time.
Speeding and hard braking put your company at risk. GPS vehicle tracking gives you the tools to improve driver behavior. Ensure compliance with rest and downtime requirements.
Using our mileage by state report, its easy to calculate the supporting information needed for IFTA purposes. The report provides mileage by fleet, by truck, and by state to give you the insight you need.
Auxiliary inputs such as PTOs can be wired into the GPS vehicle tracking devices. Our reports correlate the data with ignition state to identify unnecessary idling events without PTO usage.