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Telematics best practices for government fleet: State of Utah

The State of Utah Division of Fleet Operations recently completed a successful one-year telematics pilot program with Geotab, showcasing the value of government fleet telematics. Initial results showed a number of quantitative and qualitative benefits in the areas of fuel, maintenance, accidents and utilization. The State has found that the Geotab telematics platform “more than

Two Essential MyGeotab Reports for Cutting Fuel Costs

What is the largest operating expense for fleets? Fuel. So, managing fuel efficiency is one of the key challenges for every fleet management company. Fortunately, telematics solutions can help fleet operators with cutting fuel costs. According to Frost & Sullivan, the benefits of a fleet management system include reducing fuel expenses up to 25 percent

Carmakers and Telematics: IoT Inside the Factory

When talking about fleet management solutions, many think first about telematics devices for commercial heavy goods vehicles, large goods vehicles (LGVs) and cars. However, telematics can be very useful even before the vehicle is even delivered to end users — during its production stages in the factory. Read about carmakers and telematics and how data

How Fleet Predictive Maintenance Works

When you get sick, your symptoms tell you something is wrong — headache, nausea, weakness or trouble concentrating. Like a truck or bus driver seeing a dashboard light, that’s when you become consciously aware of a problem. When the illness gets really bad, you’re out of commission. Imagine how great it would be to be

Top 12 Most Popular Geotab Marketplace Solutions for LatAm

Geotab is much more than GPS tracking. With the Geotab Marketplace of telematics Add-Ons, software Add-Ins, mobile apps and more, fleets can customize Geotab to their specific business needs. To highlight some of these great options, we compiled a list of the top 12 most popular solutions on the Geotab Marketplace available in Latin America

The Diesel Decline and What it Means for Fleet Managers

Back in the 1990s, governments across Europe fell in love with diesel. The 1997 UN Kyoto Protocol committed the EU to reducing emissions and global warming. Diesel engines are more efficient than petrol counterparts and release fewer CO2 emissions. Diesel fuel was marketed as a cheap, fast and effective way of reducing the pollution that

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