This year has proven to be difficult on many businesses across the country. The pandemic is still an ongoing issue and with the winter season coming up, the numbers are continuing to rise. With the potential for another shutdown to come about..
As the popularity of GPS tracking devices has grown within the fleet management industry, so have dashboard cameras in recent years. Fleet managers find that the ease of being able to keep track of their drivers throughout the workday is just as..
Sending drivers into the field carries an element of risk that all fleet managers face every day. Instituting a fleet-wide safety policy is one way to reduce your liability and encourage safe and efficient driving habits, but the most effective..
Seat belts save nearly 12,000 lives and prevent 325,000 serious injuries every year. Fleet managers will agree that driver safety is paramount, but how do you maintain a safe workplace when your employees work in the field?
The good news for the fleet management industry is that there have been improvements in overall driver safety behaviors. According to the third annual Driver Scorecard Benchmarking Survey, larger vehicles, including medium and heavy-duty trucks, saw..
Fleet management is far from easy. As problems arise, it becomes difficult to find solutions to every issue. The larger the fleet, the more management tasks have a strain on your day-to-day efficiency. According to Government Fleet, there was an..
Cutting-edge manufacturing technologies may promise significant gains, but they can be complicated and difficult to implement. Easy-to-use tools like Linxup GPS tracking devices are a cost-effective way for manufacturers to gain insights into..
When running fleet services, it’s important to factor in fuel usage for your business’ vehicles as well as how to save money on fuel costs. Businesses thrive when they are using their resources the most efficiently. Here are some simple tips and..
When a Honda Pilot was left idling outside a New York City bank, a North Carolina man on what was described as a one man crime spree seized the opportunity to escape in the vehicle. Unfortunately for him, the Pilot’s owner had a Linxup tracking..
According to the Department of Energy, you can assume that each 5 MPH you drive over 60 MPH is the equivalent of an additional $0.21 per gallon of gas.