Managing a fleet requires a clear-cut guide to outline the responsibilities of the fleet manager. You'll have to work harder, but a precise guideline will optimize your role. According to recent data from Qualified Carriers, the growth of micro fleets has outpaced the development of larger fleets in recent years.
AI is a thought-provoking discovery widely used across different industries like Industrial Manufacturing, ICT, Life Science, and Healthcare.
To understand the future of cars, not only do we need to understand what we mean by artificial intelligence, but we may reach a point where we need to look at what we mean by cars. But before we go forward, let's look back.
Road accidents can be damaging to your business. You can end up spending a lot of money repairing the damage, especially for innocent drivers. According to the Insurance Research Council, staged accidents have increased. Insurances spend over $7.7 billion on auto injury claims.
In the modern age, every business deals with sensitive data that must be protected. Customer personal and payment information, proprietary business information, employee personal information, and absolutely anything financial are all essential private data.
Fleet management is an administrative approach that allows any business with more than three commercial vehicles to oversee all fleet performance and fleet maintenance. It improves efficiency, cuts down operational costs, and provides compliance with government regulations.
Driver behavior is a critical part of fleet vehicle management. The way your drivers handle the vehicles determines everything from road safety to vehicle maintenance to arriving on-time for appointments.
If you run a business with many vehicles, you understand how challenging it is to keep track of your vehicles 24/7. An asset tracking system will make this process easier by providing precise information about your assets' location at any given time.
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Vehicles are a vital part of modern business. There are hundreds of industries and sub-industries that involve driving to and from customer locations and worksites. Then factor in regional managers who travel from location to location, C-level managers with company cars, driving around visiting clients, and road-based business trips.