How GPS Trackers Help You Reduce Pollution: Part 1

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GPS trackers: Decreasing harmful emissions

Whether you’re an active environmentalist or just as aware of it as the rest of the population it is a little tough to deny pollution being one of the greatest problems that the world is facing at this time. As we head into the fall season busy holidays and events will be taking over. That means your fleet drivers are going to be on the roads with a lot of rushing people. Busy or not, speeding is not a grand idea not only on account of possible tickets or accidents, but as it is harmful to the environment. If you’re a manager that wants to be certain your drivers obey the posted speed limits, GPS trackers can help you achieve this goal while also helping you to reduce pollution.

Speeding: You may be wondering how your fleet drivers speeding causes pollution. Environmental studies have showed that when driving faster higher emissions are produced. The good news? GPS trackers can help by automatically detecting rates of speed. The data can then be sent from the GPS trackers to managers in charge. It’s quite simple to set-up and receive reports on this data so that you can do your part in making sure drivers are compliant.

Everyone has a part to play in helping to reduce pollution and sometimes the part you can play may be small, but that’s alright as long as it shifts towards making a positive change. GPS trackers can help you make that positive change! Using GPS trackers you can start making simple changes, one mile at a time. Simply by monitoring speeding and making efforts to make sure your drivers aren’t speeding is a change for the better. Stay tuned for part two of this series where we will discuss another way GPS trackers can help you and your fleets reduce pollution.

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