When it comes to effectively planning and executing transportation for your business and improving logistics, fleet operations play an integral role. In this blog post, we highlight ways for companies to enhance their fleet operations.
As a fleet manager, it’s important that you’re always promoting safe driving practices, but that’s often a challenge, especially if you run a big team. Unsafe driving habits like distracted driving should be fairly straightforward to address by putting a strict policy in place to ban them. Distracted driving accounts for 25% of all motor vehicle crash fatalities, according to a report published last year. Here’s the thing about distracted driving: it can and should be avoided. This is where the role of fleet managers comes in – to make sure that their drivers follow a strict safety protocol, while arming them with the tools and the tech that will help facilitate a safer experience on the road.
Every year, we attend the Consumer Electronics Show® (CES), the world’s gathering place for those interested in the business of consumer technologies. For 50 years, the conference has served as the global stage for next-generation innovations that are introduced to the market through more than 4,500 exhibiting companies.
Fuel efficiency is almost always top of mind for fleet managers, where minimizing fuel costs by focusing on safety and sustainability among drivers is paramount. Apart from driver behavior, there are other factors that affect fuel consumption. Below, we outline some best practices fleet managers can lean on to help them run more fuel-efficient fleets:
The National Safety Council (NSC) noted that, in 2017, the number of U.S. vehicle deaths topped 40,000, meaning traffic deaths remain a public health crisis. In light of this year's Distracted Driving Awareness Month, we want to highlight some of the dangers of distracted driving and provide some tips around promoting safe driving for companies managing vehicle fleets.
So you decided to get a fleet management company to help you with your business. Good decision! But lately, you've been disappointed and overwhelmed, and you need a bit more support from your partner. Here are some red flags to watch out for – if you recognize any or all of them, reach out and let us tell you how our personalized approach and customized solutions can help lighten your load.