When your crew is working a job, have you ever wondered where the truck is? Has it already arrived on the job site or is it still in transit? Is the truck on and are they working or is the truck just sitting on the lot not being run and costing you hundreds of dollars per day? In order to help you manage your jobs and keep you running as efficiently as possible, all of our truck are equipped with GPS units.
1. Fleet Visibility
Without GPS Tracking, you are at the complete mercy of your drivers. When you give them a call to see where they are, are they telling the truth? Keep in mind that your drivers don’t always have the same concerns as you, such as raising fuel prices, time constraints, overtime costs, and the hundreds of other worries that run through your head daily. In reality, your drivers could be anywhere, doing anything—on your precious dollar. GPS Tracking can give you complete visibility of your fleet and in turn, peace of mind. If you want to know where your truck is, just give us a call and within minutes we can tell you where it’s at and if it’s in use.
2. Cost Savings
One of the biggest benefits companies with GPS tracking see is cost savings – in fuel, insurance breaks, overtime pay and more. Companies that do not utilize GPS tracking may be exposing themselves to excessive costs they never knew they could incur.
3. Eliminate the Paperwork
Although it seems that GPS tracking may initially make some of your employees wary, it’s actually quite the opposite, they appreciate the convenience of vehicle tracking. With GPS tracking, your drivers are guaranteed to be paid for the hours that they worked.
4. Helps Your Company “Go Green”
As a business owner, you feel pressure to cut down on fuel use not only because of rising gas prices, but also because of the “go green” initiative that has grabbed the world’s attention. It is important to find ways to make your gas-guzzling trucks as efficient as possible. With GPS Tracking, you can make sure that your drivers aren’t wasting fuel and money idling excessively while also spewing unnecessary exhaust into the air. According to the NRDC, exhaust from idling vehicles can accumulate and pose a health risk to employees, drivers, and the community at large. You can make sure your drivers are not giving your company a bad name by polluting the air with excessive idling.
5. Build Trust with the Most Important Part Your Business – Your Customers
Your customers are your number one priority. In order to retain satisfied customers, you have to build a trusting relationship with them. Implementing GPS tracking can make it easy to maintain customer trust. In the service industry, a GPS tracking system can help you find which vehicle is nearest to your customer in case of emergency.
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