Is your fleet in need of a security upgrade?

Cindy Anthony - Marketing Assistant | 9/12/2010 10:22:48 AM

Imagine the inconvenience if one of the most active vehicles in your fleet was stolen, or broken into – causing irreparable damage and your driver to be off the road indefinitely or at least until you come up with an alternative. I suppose vehicle security should have been right up there with safety and performance from the beginning but hindsight is a great gift isn't it?! However, being a person quick on your feet you decide on a remedial course of action. Vehicle hire perhaps? Ma...

To Track or not to Track

Nigel Malcolm - Chief Executive Officer of Fleetcare | 20/05/2010 1:34:50 PM

I was with a prospective new client the other day and they were telling me how all of their vehicles have GPS tracking. Recalling some earlier discussions around concerns for driver privacy I asked how this was addressed in the organisation. They told me privacy concerns had been a minor issue before the accident, but now GPS tracking is fully supported. The accident? They told me that one of their drivers had a head-on collision on the crest of a hill in a remote location, one driver dea...

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10 reasons why your fleet needs GPS tracking

Bowan Spanbroek | 11/12/2009 8:34:29 AM

GPS Fleet Tracking 101 GPS tracking uses a satellite linked device to update vehicle information at regular intervals (usually around 20sec). Information includes, date, time, location (latitude & longitude) heading direction, altitude and travelling speed. This information is then delivered to the fleet manager, keeping managers updated on their fleet’s status 24 hours a day 7 days a week, from anywhere with an internet connection. GPS software packages come equipped with a...

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