The Three Best Ways to Use Technology for Asset Security
Whether you are managing a fleet of 20 or a fleet of 20,000, keeping your vehicles and other assets secure is a top priority. Theft and unauthorized usage are two of the biggest issues to address when considering asset security.
Improving the ROI of Driver Safety: Best Practices for Driver Risk Management and Fostering a Culture of Driver Safety
What do businesses need to know to proactively address driver risk and safety issues? How do they connect the dots between all the available driver data to better understand their level of risk? And what programs can they put in place to foster safe driving behaviors and create a culture of safety in their organizations?
The Four Most Effective Ways to Improve Fleet Safety
As a company whose business requires putting drivers out on the
road, it’s likely that steps are already in place to instill better safety
practices. But are you doing enough? A variety of factors can
influence safety, and there are measures you can take to increase
the safety of your drivers.
How GPS Vehicle Tracking Can Transform Fleet Management
If you employ a fleet of vehicles – whether five, 500, or 5,000 – you’ve likely heard of global positioning system (GPS) vehicle tracking technology. This innovative “telematics” technology can transform the way you manage your fleet, resulting in significant cost savings, productivity enhancements, and other operational improvements. Learn more how you can transform you fleet management with GPS vehicle tracking with this eBook.
How to Introduce GPS Tracking to Your Employees
Fleet Managers across the country are quickly turning to
GPS tracking software for all of the benefits the technology
offers, but many of them don’t know how to introduce the
program to their employees.
By Stephane Babcock
The 2014 Sprinter features a 2.1L four-cylinder BlueTEC diesel engine as standard equipment, which quickly picked up to highway speeds as soon as I made my way onto Southern California's San Diego (405) Freeway.
By Chris Wolski
By Mike Antich
A fleet manager’s capabilities and expertise can be easily overlooked by executive management, especially when a fleet is well run. When fleet runs smoothly, it tends not to be on the radar of senior management, who, often, are not aware of the required behind-the-scenes expertise. However, the biggest curse to running a well-run fleet is that it sometimes breeds complacency. Here's how to avoid it.
By Mike Antich
By Ed Bobit
In late February, virtually every member of the NAFA office staff received a new or additional assignment and a new title to go with it. All to meet the goals of their "very aggressive strategic plans" (no specifics identified).
By Ed Bobit