GPS tracker: The many report options
With GPS tracker reports fleet company owners are able to have access to valuable information that can help reduce costly risks. This includes being able to keep tabs on drivers that are being aggressive, being able to crack down on idling, and cutting out inefficient work days. In part one of this series we’re going to take a closer look at 3 types of reports to give you a better understanding of what they can do for you.
Report # 1: Speeding
The default setting is at 65 MPH, but this GPS tracker alert allows you to set the maximum speed to whatever you desire and monitor which vehicles go beyond that threshold. The report will record all the times throughout the day that a vehicle exceeded that set speed. In addition to the date, time and speed you will also have a documented location where the speeding occurred.
Report # 2: Aggressive Driving
Speeding while driving is one thing, but going from 35 miles per hour to 95 miles per hour in a 10 second time span is even more cause for concern. Slamming on brakes to come to a rapid halt would also be categorized as aggressive driving. With this GPS tracker report you can see if a driver is accelerating too quickly, driving dangerously between lanes, or stopping too abruptly.
Report # 3: Idling
When your company vehicles idle for too long it creates opportunity for wasting fuel and tearing up the engine. In the long run this horrible habit could wreak havoc on your budget. With the GPS tracker idling report you’ll be able to see all the idling going on and use the information to reduce the action.
With GPS trackers fleet managers from all around have improved monitoring and safety for their employees. Not only that, but they’ve been able to save money and keep their vehicles running longer. If you’d like to know about more ways reports can offer you many options to help your business improve, stay tuned for part two of this series.
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