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Vehicle Fleet Tracking - What is it?

When used properly, Vehicle Fleet Tracking can be a very handy tool to have for your business, especially for those with much larger fleets. 

Not only will it help you keep track of your drivers, but it will also give you valuable insight into driver behaviour, help improve driver safety and help to keep your business efficient.

Vehicle Fleet Tracking came to light in the early 1980’s. Not only did it help businesses to keep track of their fleet but it also meant a rise in jobs available at that time. Back then you can imagine such a thing may have been pretty expensive and some technical expertise would’ve been needed to install it, however, now with the rise in technology vehicle fleet tracking has never been so easy! 

Cloud systems have become a lot more accessible in recent years meaning that GPS devices have become a lot more affordable. Being able to track and locate your vehicles in real-time gives you a great advantage over your competitors so that you can continue to tweak in order to make your business more efficient, safe and even save you some money too!

What Can Vehicle Fleet Tracking Help With?

Time Management

To help give time estimates for deliveries to your customer a lot of businesses use vehicle fleet tracking which will predict a time estimate as to when your parcel will arrive as routes will be planned out in advance. With accurate real-time tracking deliveries can be scheduled much more efficiently, cut fuel costs and essentially more parcels can be delivered this way.

Save Money

Like mentioned above, by using a vehicle fleet tracker to plan your routes you can save your business money on fuel costs. Your vehicle fleet tracker and fleet tracking software will be able to plan out your route precisely to give you accurate estimated delivery times. Not only can you save on fuel by using a vehicle fleet tracker but you can also monitor driver behaviour and track to see whether your driver is still on route when they should be. 


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