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Networkcar Releases White Paper “Optimizing Fleet Maintenance with Wireless Vehicle Management”

February 22, 2007

SAN DIEGO – Networkcar has made available a free white paper titled “Optimizing Fleet Maintenance with Wireless Vehicle Management.” Intended for managers of commercial fleets, the white paper explains how remotely monitoring engine diagnostics can facilitate preventive maintenance and reduce vehicle repair costs.

The white paper includes:

  • Ways to reduce vehicle maintenance costs.
  • Lowering vehicle downtime by reducing unauthorized use, monitoring diagnostic trouble codes, and scheduling maintenance.
  • Improving maintenance accuracy with automatic odometer readings, automatic recall notices, and online maintenance history.
  • Monitoring engine performance with Networkfleet wireless vehicle management system.

    The Networkfleet wireless vehicle management system collects and transmits data wirelessly from a vehicle’s engine computer and from a global positioning system (GPS). The location and diagnostic details of the vehicle, including precise diagnostic trouble codes, are made available to fleet managers through the Internet in the form of immediate e-mail alerts, summary e-mail reports and a Web-based software application.A free copy of the white paper can be downloaded at www.networkcar.com/networkcar/pub/whitepaper.

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