Fleetcare’s Telematics allows you to see where your entire fleet is at any given moment, dispatch drivers quickly and gain valuable business insights through a range of automated reporting options.
Telematics, also commonly known as GPS tracking, is small device that gets installed into your vehicle and offers you unparalleled access to your fleet data allowing you to monitor, manage and optimise your mobile workforce in real-time. Our in-vehicle management system (IMVS) closely monitors your vehicles health, allowing you to proactively manage your assets to reduce breakdowns and unscheduled maintenance costs.
By monitoring driver habits, you can reduce unsafe driving habits including speeding and harsh driving occurrences that puts the safety of your drivers and the reputation of your business at risk.
Fuel purchases represent one the biggest expenses for most fleets. Fleetcare’s Telematics can help control the costs of fuel by optimising driver routes, dispatch the nearest vehicle, reduce unauthorised use, verify fuel expenditures and reduce fraud, and decrease speeding and wasteful idling.
Telematics can be used to mitigate risk and improve compliance, reduce fuel costs, improve customer service, reduce labour costs and increase fleet security. Additional telematics services include advanced FBT management, Access to Fuel Tax credits for off-road or private-road travel, Advanced Vehicle Management (AVM) along with Driver safety and monitoring.
Setting up GPS tracking for your fleet of vehicles does carry with it certain legalities that must be observed to ensure you are operating on the right side of the law. Legislation and potential legal ramifications for fleet tracking
vary throughout Australia, so it is important to take the time to ensure you are in compliance with the laws of each state.