Wishing you a safe, healthy and happy Thanksgiving!
A new study found that travelers hitting the road for the Thanksgiving holiday travel period will experience less traffic and congestion than in previous years due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
The most effective way fleets can control their insurance costs in a hard market is to leverage telematics to drive out risky driving behaviors.
Driver safety and compliance data pours in from disparate systems as information from driver qualification files, electronic logging devices (ELDs), vehicle telematics and video event recorders rarely comes through a single source.
Technology makes it possible for motor carriers to put tight controls on load planning and routing and to keep close tabs on driver safety and performance. The downside of having such high levels of virtual control is that drivers can feel micromanaged and may choose to work elsewhere.
We thank you, honor you and respect your courage, dedication and service. Also, thank you to the military families for their support and sacrifice.
It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of your business, but important that you utilize your full arsenal of tools – data is your ally, not your enemy.
A look into why OEs are partnering with telematics service providers, plus what to expect with the next generation of telematics functionality.
Last-mile delivery for any fleet operation — big or small — is only as efficient as the communication between the driver and dispatch.
Imagine you walk into your dispatch office and see that your vehicle has broken down, your driver is running out of available hours, and inclement weather is delaying your next job. As the fleet manager, you now have to decide how best to handle this perilous situation. You have relied on disparate data sources to get ahead of the problem, but still you struggle for insights that can drive good decisions. Enter: Telematics 2.0–the evolution of telematics.