The safety of your people and vehicles is always a top priority. With in-vehicle sensors you can monitor speed, erratic driving or lane changes, aggressive driving issues such as rapid acceleration or hard braking, unscheduled stops, excessive idling, vehicle accidents or breakdowns, and out-of-route miles. Access to this data allows you to coach your drivers toward better behavior and help ensure all your policies are being followed.
Drivers who know their behavior is monitored are also more likely to follow your policies, traffic laws, and industry regulations. The results? Fewer accidents and improved safety performance, with fewer liability claims, fewer traffic tickets, lower insurance premiums, and less concern about vehicles going out of service due to accidents.
The use of geofencing – setting up geographic limits to where your vehicles can go – can help keep your vehicles out of non-approved geographic locations or areas under construction where there may be greater risk of theft or damage. Drivers can be notified if they venture into those areas or are otherwise off their intended route.