How You Can Optimize Your Operations With Fleet Benchmarking

Fleet managers are always looking to improve or optimize the production of their fleets, and now more than ever they have the tools available to them to do so. With all of the telematics data a GPS device can provide though, managers need to understand how they can put that intelligence to good use. Enter…

Creating An Effective Business Case for Reducing Carbon Emissions

Businesses and fleet managers today face a business environment with high fuel costs, and that challenge will continue for years to come. Going green or utilizing electric vehicles (EVs) is no longer just a fad – it is a viable business strategy for lowering costs and improving efficiencies within an organization. However, it is important…

How to Manage EV Range Anxiety The Right Way

Did you know that the average light-duty vehicle in North America only travels around 43 miles per day? Given the fluctuating cost of fuel and the improvements in battery technology, more and more fleet managers are considering the switch to all-electric fleets. EV fleets have considerable cost-cutting benefits, but the number one reason fleet managers…

Context Matters When Reviewing Driving Reports

For fleet managers context matters. You can’t change when and where you operate your business — but it helps to be aware of pertinent environmental risk factors. Traditionally, fleet managers have relied on measuring the ABC’S (acceleration, braking, cornering and speeding) of driving to judge driver behavior with the hope of improving fleet safety. However,…

Learn how to lower your fleet idling with better practices and Geotab

Idling increases fuel consumption and operational costs. Despite what you may have heard, turning off your car or truck and then restarting it does not burn more fuel than leaving it running. Some drivers leave their vehicles idling without even thinking about it. For example, an employee waits in their car for a coworker at…