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Two Approaches to Telematics: Proactive and Reactive

August 8, 2019 by

Sometimes, fleet managers adopt a GPS-enabled telematics system as a reaction to a negative experience with a driver—specifically, vehicle misuse, fraud, or reckless driving. But rather than simply responding to misconduct, fleet managers can also use telematics proactively, to encourage good behavior and improve efficiency both behind the wheel and behind the desk.  Reacting to Driver Misconduct ...

Recruiting and Retaining Commercial Drivers Over the Long Haul

July 9, 2019 by

According to a survey conducted by the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), the top concerns for motor carriers continue to be driver recruitment and retention. The American Trucking Association (ATA) estimates that, despite a record number of drivers, the shortfall has also been at record highs: in 2017, the...

Law Enforcement Fleets: The Benefits of Integrating Fleet Tracking Software into Police Vehicles

July 3, 2019 by

Police Vehicles

Law enforcement fleets can improve efficacy and safety by fully integrating fleet tracking software into their patrol vehicles. New and newer model patrol cars are no longer just vehicles. According to a recent article in Government Fleet, the next generation of police vehicles are “rolling computers,...

Technician Recruitment and Retention Tips for Public Sector Fleets

June 26, 2019 by

Public sector fleets face unique recruitment and retention challenges. A technician shortage coupled with so many experienced technicians reaching retirement is pressuring fleets to hone their recruitment strategies. A new article in Government Fleet states some public fleets report 38 percent of their technicians will retire in the next five years.   At the same time, two factors, salary...

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