With the cost of fuel still being unpredictable, it has become more and more critical to come up with alternatives… Read more »
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There of course, are many ways you can reduce fuel consumption. You can reduce the weight of the vehicle, as… Read more »
Nearly 35 years ago 33 truckers competed for three days in a fuel saving contest called “Double Nickel Challenge.” Truckers… Read more »
With rising fuel prices combined with the current economic climate, it has become even more important to address the cost… Read more »
Intuitively, you know that the faster you drive, the more gas you burn, but do you often wonder about about… Read more »
Clean Cities, a Department of Energy initiative that started 20 years ago, is made up of a number of regional… Read more »
As of December 2012, McDonald’s delivery trucks in United Arab Emirates have reached a significant milestone; they have driven 800,000… Read more »
There are a number of technologies that when implemented can help your fleet save on fuel costs and help your… Read more »
Ms. Wagner called the police and activated the stolen vehicle’s fleet GPS system, installed inside the vehicle. Next thing you know, the chase was on.
Choosing a GPS vehicle tracking system can be challenging. There are dozens of products on the market with a very broad range of features. This article will help you determine which features your business really needs. It will also tell you what you should look for when researching options of a fleet GPS system.
Vehicle tracking is one of the fastest growing markets for GPS technology. Companies of all sizes are taking advantage of modern GPS devices. If you have more than one company vehicle, you have a fleet – and GPS fleet tracking saves businesses money!
The ability to track vehicles at all times can significantly reduce your business operating costs. To ensure your company is operating at maximum efficiency, necessary costs such as fuel and employee overtime can be closely monitored and verified by a GPS fleet management system. For example, excessive vehicle idling not only uses excess fuel, but it also causes unnecessary vehicle wear and tear, and produces harmful greenhouse gas emissions. By effectively utilizing the data and reports produced by a real-time vehicle fleet tracking system, fuel costs can be drastically reduced by over 20 percent.