Vehicle Tracking

Tracking vehicles with GPS have been used by many companies in the transportation industry and some individuals who are tasked to monitor and manage vehicles. Fleet tracking has numerous advantages both for small and large businesses in the transportation industry. Here are the major benefits companies can get when they choose to use GPS tracking devices in managing their fleet of vehicles.

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Benefits of Tracking Vehicles

Boosts vehicle utilization

Car rental companies and similar businesses can maximize the utilization of their vehicles by using GPS vehicle tracking devices. These GPS devices allow fleet managers to easily identify which of the vehicles are not in use and those that are soon due for return. Pieces of information like these are needed to boost vehicle utilization.

Ensures excellent customer service and satisfaction

Customer satisfaction plays an important part in every business. It determines the success of a business. Improved customer satisfaction could mean higher revenue for the company. GPS tracking device can help achieve this by assuring their safety. A tracked or monitored cabs could mean safe travel for the customers.

Improves vehicle safety and security

For car rental companies, tracking vehicles manually is a challenging job. But with vehicle tracking, asset monitoring and inventory is made easy, ensuring the safety of the vehicles while traveling on preprogrammed routes.

Enhances resource optimization

Tracking vehicles using GPS allows companies to know where their vehicles are 24/7. Fleet managers can trace the cause of every vehicle downtime, which often leads to late delivery or service. They’ll be able to find out whether the vehicle is stuck in a traffic jam or the driver is simply idling. In tracking vehicles, fleet admin can better manage company resources effectively. It can even help develop trust between manager and drivers.

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Improves route planning

GPS tracking device features such as geo-fencing and auto-fencing allow fleet managers to map out route for fleet vehicles. The manager can set boundaries in the areas where the vehicles are only expected to pass through. If a route deviation occurs, the fleet manager will instantly be alerted.

Allows for speed detection

Another safety feature from a GPS device is the speed detection. Speeding is one of the major causes of road accidents, but with GPS tracking, this can be avoided. Fleet managers can set a speed limit to each vehicle, and if the driver goes beyond the speed limit, fleet manager will definitely be informed and then necessary actions can be taken.

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Reduces fuel consumption

When a vehicle is equipped with a GPS tracking device, the driver can take the most efficient route and the fleet manager can monitor when a vehicle is being used without authorization. All these are key factors to reducing fuel consumption.

Makes real-time monitoring possible

This is one of the most significant advantages of a GPS tracker. Real-time tracking means you know where your vehicles are at all times. You don’t have to waste time calling your drivers for updates because you can view its actual movement from your computer. You will instantly find out when your field personnel is running late on their delivery, whether he is just resting, or is stuck in the middle of heavy traffic. And most of all, real-time tracking allows you to keep an eye on both your vehicles and drivers and ensure their safety. If the vehicle has encountered machine breakdown, accident, or thieves, you can immediately get their exact location and ask for help from the police.

These are just some of the main advantages of GPS tracking. The features available vary, depending on what GPS device you purchase. The market is saturated with many great GPS devices, choose according to your business needs.

Let us help you. We’d be delighted to answer any tracking questions you have or discuss the options in more detail. Call us now at +1 646-626-6116, or read more on how fleet management tracking can help your business.

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