GPS Vehicle Tracking
See the historical route of each vehicle in the fleet. Compare actual driver activity with driver timecards or logs. Use the Drive Time Summary report to see daily and weekly fleet statistics, such as total mileage, maximum recorded speed, number of stops, and distance traveled.
Get detailed information on each vehicle, including miles traveled, engine hours, number of trips, and more. Analyze individual vehicle utilization and identify overall fleet efficiencies.
Use fuel usage and mileage reports to see fuel consumption patterns and identify areas for improvement. Fuel Guard transaction reports show you all fuel transaction details, including location, time, number of gallons and total cost.
Track idle time per vehicle and identify those that exceed preset thresholds. Discover opportunities to help reduce fuel costs and greenhouse emissions.
Monitor speeding incidents to help promote driver safety and lower insurance costs.
Emissions and Smog Check
Provide a snapshot of the fleet’s emissions compliance status, including which vehicles are due for inspection.
Know the health of every vehicle 24/7.
Monitor engine functions like battery voltage, coolant temperature, or emissions to determine if the vehicle is having a problem and needs to be serviced.
Streamline preventive maintenance.
Track mileage, emission levels, and other engine data, making it easy to schedule and perform maintenance that can reduce repair and replacement costs.
Help avoid expensive roadside breakdowns.
Use automatic vehicle diagnostic alerts to notify you of engine trouble codes and address the issues before they become problems.
Watch this video to learn more about Vehicle Diagnostics.