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Any business owner or fleet manager should monitor driver behavior in the field and on the road


Typically, the only occasion you would know if a specific driver is not performing well or is not driving securely would be after a bad situation happened, speeding, vehicle damage, damage goods, client complaint and fine.


Instead of waiting for costly incidents and accidents to happen, dominate the situation by monitoring and reviewing driver behavior whenever you need to.


Some of the driver key performance indicator useful to the analysis include:

  • Who is driving – Manually or automatically assign driver per vehicle in order to pinpoint user per travel. Start and stops times – Monitor lost time by analyzing time on the road vs stop time.

  • Locations – Isolate sector and location to determine if the trip was part of the job or if the driver deviated. Excessive idling -  leaving the engine running at stops, causing maintenance and fuel cost.

  • Efficiency – Compare each driver’s performance for similar trip.

  • Speeding – Monitor speeding at a set speed value.

  • Fuel consumption – Is a particular fleet vehicle consuming a lot more fuel that other fleet vehicle when driving similar total kilometers in a week or a month.  Is fuel being ‘stolen’ or is maintenance required?

  • Harsh braking – When their vehicle braked suddenly over a certain G-force threshold.

  • Harsh acceleration – When their vehicle accelerated quickly over a certain G-force threshold.

  • Live tracking : Observe in real time your vehicle usage.


Using technology like GPS for fleet tracking with driving monitoring will decrease your fleet costs and improve safety for your fleet and the public.

Additional features & applications

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