Vehicle fleets work hard throughout the world. However, it’s difficult for many fleet managers to understand exactly how their vehicles and drivers are performing. Therefore, many managers are including GPS fleet tracking hardware in their vehicles. The GPS was first placed in automobiles during 1996. Since then, this technology has only become more popular in automobiles across the world. Considering that, here are five benefits of implementing GPS fleet tracking hardware.
- Reduces Instances of Vehicle Theft
While you don’t want to think about it, there’s always a chance that fleet vehicles could get stolen. In fact, statistics from the NICB during 2012-2014 found that a total of 126,603 vehicles were stolen with the keys left inside. If this happens, you’ll want to know about it right away. Fortunately, GPS fleet tracking hardware always monitors the location of your vehicles. This makes it nearly impossible for a criminal to get away with one of you