At first blush, it may not make sense to consider GPS car tracking as a viable business solution. However, when one thinks of what can be accomplished using such a system, and how it is actually possible to cut expenses, it soon makes sense to incorporate GPS car tracking into the business plan, especially if you have company cars.
There are many companies whose employees take advantage of company cars on company time to go out and run personal errands. This costs money not only in time wasted, but also in the cost of gas. Additionally, extra trips put more miles and wear and tear on company fleet vehicles. Eventually, little trips to the dry cleaner and to get some coffee will add up, especially if you have more than one person who has access to company cars. This is where GPS car tracking comes in.
GPS car tracking can let you know exactly where your company cars are at all times. It can also help you follow their routes. If you want to let your employees know about the car tracking system, it can also help them plot the best and fastest route to their destinations. You will know, simply by looking at a computer screen in your office, where your company cars are going, and even where they have been. You will know whether or not a car has strayed from its approved path and is making unnecessary stops.
GPS car tracking can also help you know how long each stop is. Do your employees sit around and talk for a long period of time when meeting with others or making a delivery? Did that quick trip to the bagel shop turn into a conversation and a slow cup of coffee? You can see stop and start times easily with GPS car tracking, helping you catch those who waste time red-handed.
With GPS car tracking you can take control of some of your business?s unnecessary expenses. You can keep your costs due to wasted time and extra gas down. All you need is to outfit your company vehicles with GPS car tracking.
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This article was posted on October 03, 2005