What You Really Need for Better Vehicle Tracking

Business.com / Business Solutions / Last Modified: February 22, 2017

Businesses that use GPS fleet tracking see an increase in MPG, worker productivity and profitability. Here are the top 20 features.

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Businesses that offer delivery, have commercial vehicles, or manage fleets of company vehicles want to know where their fleet is for a variety of reasons, including those that are legal and logistical. Driver safety, business productivity, and asset protection are usually top-of-mind for managers in charge of tracking fleets. 

Businesses that utilize fleet tracking see a 5-10% average increase in MPG, which averages a savings $1,000 per year, a 28% increase in worker productivity, and increases of up to 29% in profitability. GPS fleet tracking delivers these results by implementing software that tracks the coordinates of vehicles and providing mapping directions and other information related to the coordinates. 

There is no "one size fits all" GPS fleet tracking solution and te features that make a fleet more efficient are what distinguishes one solution from another. Not every business needs every feature, but it's important to be informed so you can determine which product features are "must haves" and which are "nice to haves".

For the most efficient fleet possible, make sure you've crossed these 20 GPS tracking features off the list. 

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