Unsure what to look for when selecting a telematics solution? There are 6 must-have features that today’s fleets can’t do without.
Telematics companies are pairing their systems with cameras to provide for the first time a comprehensive view into what’s actually going on in the vehicle.
GPS Insight announced a partnership with Netradyne to offer Driveri Dash Cams to its customers. The Netradyne artificial intelligence cameras enhance driver safety by capturing and analyzing every driving experience.
FleetForward.com is the fleet community’s resource to understand new concepts and solutions around mobility involving electric vehicles, shared mobility, connected fleets, and autonomous technology.
Kelley Blue Book will deliver a comprehensive overview of the electric vehicle market, while Vincentric will present total cost of ownership (TCO) data for available electric models.
Making the transition to telematics is a big step that shouldn’t be taken lightly. There are the four steps you need to take before implementation can begin.
The diesel-powered 2020 Ram 1500 will reenter the pickup wars with a third-generation 3.0L V-6 that now produces 480 lb.-ft. of torque. The Ram 1500 Classic will also offer a diesel variant.
With the number and variety of solutions on the market, fleet managers need to carefully consider how both the solution and its providers will help it meet today’s and tomorrow’s challenges.
Time in the shop, instead of on the road, means lost sales and less face time with customers, putting downward pressure on the bottom line. Downtime mitigation is key to controlling costs and helping to maximize fleet uptime.
The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500’s available 3.0L Duramax inline-six turbo-diesel engine is the first-ever inline-six turbo-diesel offered in Chevrolet’s full-size light-duty trucks.
Type and size of equipment combined with intended application determines which solution is right for your truck.
Associated General Contractors of America officials noted that 73% of contractors report that the risk of highway work zone crashes is greater now than it was a decade ago.