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Increasing Fleet Safety with Reverse Parking

  If you’ve backed out of a parking spot in a crowded lot, you’ve experienced the frustrating mix of pedestrians, traffic, and poor visibility. Throw bad drivers into the mix and this everyday action quickly becomes a risky game. While parking is usually...

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Making Telematics Installs Your 2019 Resolution

  Brand new gym memberships. Fridges full of fresh produce. “New Year, New You.” The start of the year is often filled with cliches, but it’s also an ideal time to make new goals and implement fleet improvements. Over the last few decades, telematics have...

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Exciting Fleet Developments in 2018

  Merry Christmas Eve! And happy one-week-until-the-end-of-the-year! Time sure flies, doesn’t it? While we enjoy festivities with our families, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the major developments of the past year. While more happened than we...

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Your End-of-the-Year Fleet Checklist

  December is easily the busiest month of the year. With Christmas and the end of the year within a week of each other, this month is often filled with last-minute scrambles, preparations for the coming year, and in-depth reviews of everything that needs to be...

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Preparing Your Fleet for Winter

  As the folks at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade can testify, winter is on its way and it’s coming fast. Snow, ice, and low temperatures are moving across the nation, giving new importance to driver and vehicle safety. Whether you have a fleet of heavy...

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Navigating Marijuana Legalization

  No matter your views on legalized marijuana, this issue is becoming a real possibility for the U.S. With Canada’s recent legalization, the uncertainties and arguments associated with this issue have come into sharper focus. As you create or prepare the policies...

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Using Telematics to Predict Maintenance Needs

For most personal vehicles, and far too many fleet vehicles, maintenance is performed reactively. If you're lucky, you can catch any issues during regularly scheduled maintenance events, such as an oil change, before they grow too serious. If not, however, mechanical...

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Keeping Fleet Fuel Costs Low

A decade ago, when fuel prices hit nearly four dollars during the recession, many wondered if they would ever enjoy lower-priced, more affordable gas again. Though we have enjoyed cheaper fuel for several years, prices are again hitting the high threes and low fours,...

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Increasing Backing Safety with Backup Cameras

Backing accidents happen all the time. If the accident involves backing into another vehicle or a stationary object, such as a mailbox, tree, or pole, you likely face the frustration of dealing with the issue, the costs of repairs, and some mild embarrassment. If,...

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Preparing Your Fleet for Severe Weather

As Hurricane Florence continues to batter the Carolinas and East coast, fleet owners have to ask themselves: “Is my fleet prepared for a severe weather event of this scale?” No matter your location or the size of your fleet, dangerous weather could be just days,...

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