Truck Abuse

Car tracker exposes fishing trip
What is the cost to the employer in time, liability, and fuel?

Car Tracker Exposes Employee Gone Fishing

We’ve seen this a thousand times over the years. Company fleet vehicles being used to facilitate recreational activities. Car trackers can sometimes highlight this and other types of vehicle misuse, but it can be difficult to catch if you don’t know what to look for.

What you want to look for in the GPS tracker website is vehicle activity that is off route, movement after hours, or a vehicle that stops tracking unexpectedly. Other indicators might be low productivity per hour compared to others, higher fuel costs or lower MPG per dollar generated or higher wages and fewer service calls completed.

Addressing unwanted driving starts with proper implementation. Read the Fleetistics guide to introducing car tracking to your employees.   CLICK HERE