Wednesday, July 7, 2010

More Companies are using GPS Tracking For Fleet Tracking and Vehicle Tracking (Part1 of 2)

Companies are turning to GPS tracking systems to monitor fleet tracking and vehicle tracking for many different reasons. Here are just a few:

1. Tracking systems reduce vehicle costs by targeting speeding employees, who waste fuel, cause excessive engine wear and ultimately, drive up insurance rates.

2. Using the system's automatic mileage reminder reduces downtime and enhances vehicle resale values by encouraging scheduled, preventative maintenance. Your tracking system will remind you when it's time to rotate tires, change oil or perform other scheduled maintenance.

3. Some insurance companies offer discounts for vehicles protected with tracking systems.

4. Productivity is improved by:

a. documenting long lunch hours,

b. exposing unauthorized breaks,

c. comparing driver overtime requests with system reports of driver activity,

d. logging personal vehicle use after hours or on weekends.

5. GPS tracking solutions improve customer service by showing you which employee is closest to the client who just called. WOW your customers--give them precise arrival or delivery estimates, based upon the actual location of your vehicles at the moment they call.

See part 2of2 here.

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