Pest-control fleet activity averaged more than 2,000 stops per day in the three most active states over the course of a year.
 - Photo courtesy of Verizon Connect.

Pest-control fleet activity averaged more than 2,000 stops per day in the three most active states over the course of a year.

Photo courtesy of Verizon Connect.

The six states with the most active pest control fleets make up more than 50% of the total activity in this commercial fleet segment, according to new data from Verizon Connect.

Over a yearlong period from March 2018 to March 2019, Verizon Connect found that Georgia ranked highest among pest control activity among these fleets that use the telematics provider's track-and-trace technology. A year ago, Verizon Connect identified Florida as having the highest activity.

Pest-control activity in Georgia accounted for 11.11% of the states with data that was included. Other top states includes Florida (10.79%), Texas (10%), California (8.57%), Alabama (5.68%), and Arizona (4.7%). About 62% of pest-control activity occurs in the South.

Georgia, Florida, and Texas all average more than 2,000 pest-control stops per day during the year, according to Verizon Connect.

The data came from 5,500 pest control vehicles that use Verizon Connect's fleet management solution.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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