Fleet Control Made Easy

GPS tracking is a tool that many businesses are now putting into service in their own fleet vehicles. The system is the perfect way for any supervisor to oversee their staff for the most efficient use of the vehicles and to prevent unwanted behavior. The addition may even help to reduce insurance costs and other expenses.

Relay Road Information

A GPS Car Tracker lets the base monitor the location of the vehicle every few seconds. The real-time information allows dispatchers to reroute drivers around traffic jams and accidents. A review of the routes used by the drivers at the end of their shift makes it easy to determine more efficient and fuel-saving options.

Protect Against Theft

GPS tracking helps law enforcement officers find stolen vehicles quickly. It also provides surveillance of employee behavior. Monitor the system to prevent unauthorized stops or visits to areas not on the route. The tracking system prevents the personal use of company vehicles and ensures more reliability for on-time deliveries.

Improve Safety Records

Many systems record driver information including hard braking and speeding. The data enables the supervisor to discuss driving habits with the staff before there are any legal penalties and accidents. Use of the system may help to reduce costs by keeping the fleet safer and reducing insurance rates.

Protect the Driver

A live connection between the office and the driver of the vehicle is a safety feature that many drivers appreciate. It shortens delivery routes by avoiding long delays in traffic, and the driver knows they have someone watching if problems arise. Medical issues, accidents, and criminal behavior are all a part of the risks many drivers experience on their routes. Live GPS updates relay information to the office even if the driver cannot do so personally. In addition, companies can single out good drivers and reward them for their reliable behavior.

There are multiple systems available to appeal to all types of companies. Some business owners may only want data at the end of the day while others want full-time tracking. The fleet size, type of vehicles, and the work performed all determine what the business will need. Luckily, custom designing a system is easier today than ever before.