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There are three main types of vehicle tracking devices, professionally installed (hard-wired), self-installed (plug into a vehicles UBD port) and mobile applications. Each one of these vehicle tracking devices has their own pros and cons. Which one is right for your business depends on several factors, including cost, what data you wish to collect, and whether you want to track more than just vehicles.
Technically GPS van tracking devices can be installed almost anywhere on a vehicle. Normally OBD ports are used to run diagnostic reports and connect with the vehicle’s onboard computer. These ports can also be used to give drivers real-time data on vehicle performance such as fuel efficiency, temperature, airflow, speed and more.
The price of van tracking depends on the type of solution you need. The key is to establish your objectives for installing the technology and source a solution that will enable you to meet these goals.
The technology is designed to provide business with a strong ROI, which is strengthened when their is a strong alignment between business objectives and the solution deployed.
Yes. Van tracking systems can include driver ID solutions, where a driver identifies themselves either by key fob, keypad or ID card prior to starting there journey. This enables the data captured to be assigned to a specific driver when they use multiple vehicles.
The software offers both vehicle and driver based reporting so you can track all KPI's against vehicles or drivers.
Yes. Van tracking systems enable drivers to select whether a trip is personal or for business. When set to personal mode the technology hides location information and only records vehicle mileage. This functionality is helpful for fuel expense reporting and for benefit in kind taxation.
GPS van tracking technology is able to pinpoint the location of a vehicle or asset within six feet.
Your driver and vehicles operating van tracking will collect data such as location tracking, ignition cycles, harsh braking, harsh acceleration and speeding, number of jobs dispatched, proof-of-delivery, maintenance requirements and more.
Collecting the data provides better insight to driver safety, fuel costs, schedule maintenance, routing and customer requests and productivity.
Yes, you can use fleet management software to track the cost of maintenance across your business. Measuring items, such as repair turnover rate, can help you adhere to your preventative maintenance schedule and prevent unexpected downtime. It can also help you identify the ideal schedule for vehicle maintenance and replacement as well.