Fleet Tracking Comparisons
Small businesses can use GPS fleet tracking services to keep tabs on their vehicles, assets and drivers. These services have easier scalability than many other industries because, whether you have a fleet of three or 300 vehicles, the hardware and software setup remains largely the same. You may need to build in other features – like driver IDs – with larger fleets, but the services are the same. At their core, GPS fleet tracking services allow a business to keep its drivers accountable and get meaningful data on its fleet in real time. The services can be built out to adhere with reporting and compliance laws relevant to the trucking industry.
These services are ideal for the trucking industry, but they also make sense for delivery, ride-sharing and customer service businesses. Basically, if you have multiple vehicles and want to learn more about your fleet's performance to help you save money or coach your drivers, you can use a fleet tracking service to fully understand how each vehicle impacts your bottom line.