Keeping a fleet of vehicles on the road takes an awful lot of organisation. Once upon a time, fleet management was largely about handling practical tasks as they arose in order to keep vehicles legal and drivers productive. Data was minimal; technology basic.
Modern fleet management is a very different story – every day your business is bombarded with information from all directions – information about where the vehicles are, how much they’re costing, how they’re being driven, the contracts they’re on, the fuel they’re using, the upcoming to-do list…and the list goes on.
This information is gold dust for fleet managers – it tells you all you need to know about fleet performance, efficiency and economy – but the sheer quantity of data and delivery formats can create confusion for even the most switched-on of fleet managers.
Do you have it covered?
Continue reading “What exactly is fleet management?”
Twelve new businesses have become part of the partner programme at FleetCheck so far in 2017.
It brings the total number of partners working with us to 37, including telematics providers, service and maintenance specialists, leasing companies and many others.
Continue reading “Partner programme gains pace”
It is estimated that between one quarter and one third of reported road casualties occur in road accidents involving someone who was driving, riding or otherwise using the road for work purposes. Continue reading “Where is that paperwork?”
Teletrac Navman, in conjunction with FleetCheck, are launching a campaign calling on UK fleet operators to check whether their fleets are legally compliant.
Fleet operators will be able to download an interactive Fleet Compliance Checklist from the Teletrac Navman website.
Continue reading “Fleet Compliance Checklist”
We looked recently at some of the reasons why companies shy away from telematics. Fear of disproportionate expense, disruption of installation and adverse driver reactions are by far the most common objections. We explored these misconceptions, and explained why companies are jumping to the wrong conclusions. (You can read the full article HERE)
Sticking with the theme, we’ll now look at some more Telematics Myths. These are particularly common among the smaller fleets.
Continue reading “More Telematics Myths”