GPS trackers: Easier fleet business operation
One of the most tedious tasks for fleet drivers is keeping track of mileage manually. Thankfully, with the progression of technology GPS trackers have provided many fleet businesses ways to operate more efficiently. Loose leaf paper is a thing of the past for those that opted for automatically recorded mileage records, instead. In part one of this series, we discussed a few ways in which GPS trackers make mileage tracking effortless. In part two, we’ll be discussing 3 more.
1.) Location Detection: With live maps, GPS trackers allow management to see the current location of every driver in the field. While the start/stop feature is working to record jobs started and ended, the real-time driving activities are being recorded for an accurate streamline of all mileage driven throughout the day. Knowing how and where drivers go is an easy way to see where you may be able to cut costs by cutting down on mileage.
2.) National Coverage: Being able to see all of your drivers, locally, on a live map is a great feature. Of course, GPS trackers that can track mileage from state-to-state is an amazing thing. If you have drivers that happen to go all over the nation, then you’ll want something that can give you appropriate coverage.
3.) Historical Playback: Perhaps, reports are your cup of tea, but you simply didn’t have the time to pull a record from a week ago. That’s ok! If you wanted to know when, where, and how long an employee drove on a particular day within the last 90 days, that’s not a problem. With GPS trackers, you can pull up past recorded data by indicating which vehicle’s device you’d like to know information about.
Obviously, GPS trackers offer multiple ways to make mileage tracking easier than ever. You can easily see your drivers, have national coverage, and review historical data in case you missed something. It’s a no-brainer way to save your company money in the long run, too!
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