Routing has evolved from simply getting a driver from point A to point B. Today’s GPS routing and telematics solutions have made routing more efficient, safer, and dynamic.
FCA showed off its entire lineup for automotive journalists, including the all-new Chrysler Pacifica and its full range of commercial products.
The 2016 Fleet Safety Conference delivered valuable content to fleet managers, EHS and HR professionals, and stakeholders across the spectrum, touching on technology, driver behavior, legal challenges, and security. The message was clear: Fleets have many options to make their operations safer and more efficient.
While personal-use charges, on average, have risen once again, there are other trends influencing the way fleets are handling personal use.
Telematics has changed the way fleet vehicles are managed — improving fleet operations and efficiency — but, as a consequence, has also changed driver behavior for the better.
The fleet management company’s new Technology and Innovation Center is designed to inspire its employees and continue to serve its fleet clients with the level of service they have come to expect.
While fleets are seeing some improvements in their crash and accident statistics, aided by better training and vehicle safety technology, there is still more they can do to not just be a number.
While accident management is aimed at handling the aftermaths of a crash, safety programs are designed to give fleets and drivers proactive tools to create a safety mindset and avoid a driving catastrophe altogether.
There’s little argument that safety has become top of mind for most fleet managers. Fleets share their strategies for running safe operations.
Since the Great Recession, fleet managers have become experts at saving fuel. Telematics is giving them a new edge to find avenues for fuel spend savings.
The 21st edition of the Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR) saw nearly 700 consignor and remarketing professionals gather to learn, exchange ideas, and network.
Retrieving vehicles from terminated employees can present a seemingly daunting challenge to fleet managers, but transport companies can help fleets overcome any obstacles to safely and securely recover the company’s vehicles.
Driver neglect can cause fleet assets to run less efficiently and give the company a public relations black eye. There are steps — using both the carrot and the stick — fleet managers can take to improve the way drivers take care of their vehicles.
As fleets are learning, telematics solutions are providing the tools to help solve operational challenges facing fleets of all sizes and types.
While today’s lower cost of traditional fuels may have shrunk the market for alt-fuel vehicles, they can still make economic sense for light-duty fleets. One of the often-overlooked aspects to choosing the most efficient alt-fuel system is the choice of fuel tank.