<< Home

Monthly Archives: July 2017

Webinar: Tips on Buying ELDs — Now Available Online

ELDs — Are you ready? The first implementation deadline for truckers is December 18, 2017. By that date, carriers already using automatic onboard recording devices (AOBRDs) must be using electronic logging devices (ELDs). Read this post to get important tips on buying ELDs. But with so many compliance options out there, how do you know

How to Get More From Your Electronic Logs

If you ask carriers about electronic logging devices (ELDs), the reaction is mixed. Many companies are excited about ELDs and others are dragging their feet, dreading the day they absolutely have to install an ELD solution. Whether you are happy or sad, the compliance deadline is rapidly approaching. In this article, we’ll help you get

Do Driver Scorecards Work?

Driver safety is an important priority for fleets, no matter the fleet size or type. Year after year, safety appears on the list of top fleet challenges. How can fleet managers tackle this issue and improve driver safety and performance? Driver scorecards are one solution. In this article, we’ll discuss driver scorecards and their effectiveness.

The Incredible Disappearing Car: Combating GPS Jammers

GPS tracking technologies are on the rise as new innovations continue to be developed. With the prevalence of smartphones and IoT devices, every location, online search, visited website and purchase made is being tracked. While many people are willing to share their location for good purposes, there is another set of people who want to

Beyond GPS Tracking: IoT and Hardware Integration

In today’s world of technological diversity, fleet management solutions have evolved way beyond simple GPS tracking systems. The world of fleet IoT is expanding. At the same time, it’s increasingly important that technology is integrated so that fleet managers can centralize all of their actionable information into one data hub. Having only one system to

Best Practices in Management (Latin America)

Global fleet management has its own unique challenges and complexities. Overseeing a fleet based in multiple countries requires skilled management plus knowledge of business customs, culture, and government in each different region. What works in one country may not work in another. This article provides an overview of some best practices that can help turn

Subscribe Now
Get more Geotab news. You can unsubscribe at any time.