1. Traffic Avoidance Tips

    There are a number of reasons why we’re happy to be in the fleet management services industry. One of them is the satisfaction of getting busy professionals where they need to be. The other is avoiding traffic jams. We suspect we’re not alone, but one of the worst things to be created in the 20th century is the traffic jam. There’s something immensely satisfying about altering your GPS route…Read More

  2. Tips For Cutting Your Fuel Costs, Part 3

    We think there’s a reason cars have proven to be more popular in America instead of virtually anywhere else. They represent freedom. Freedom of movement, freedom of intention. Even if there are things you have to do, such as work or running errands, your car is like a little home away from home. Heck, if you get lost, you just turn on whatever GPS tracking solutions you like, and you’re back o…Read More

  3. Tips For Cutting Your Fuel Costs, Part 2

    America was built upon the wheels of cars. For decades, our country grew, but things really took off with the creation and mass production of Henry Ford’s iconic Model-T. Now, we can go faster, and travel further. We have more accessories than ever, like the car GPS tracking device, crystal clear quality speakers, cup holders, for heaven’s sake. That’s all wonderful, and we love our cars, bu…Read More

  4. Tips For Cutting Your Fuel Costs

    When it comes to our cars, there are some expenses we’re happy to pay. A quality car GPS tracking device is an investment worth making, since it gets you where you’re going. While that’s a fee most people are happy to pay, most of us aren’t wild about the ever rising costs of fuel. Just consider that, around this time last year, the national average for a gallon of gas was $1.69. That’s …Read More

  5. Surviving and Thriving as a Fleet Manager

    If you’re in charge of a fleet that’s private or public, there’s one lesson that you’ve undoubtedly learned. You need to be able to do more with less. You need to effectively handle fleet tracking, while dealing with budget cuts, potential hiring freezes, and managing the stress levels of both employees and customers. Sounds nearly impossible, right? Not when it comes to GPS tracking solut…Read More

  6. Suggestions for Employee Transitions, Part 2

    In the world of business, we’re going through a very interesting transition. 50 years ago, you could go to work for a company and, you had to be competent. The thing is, you could go decades without the business changing too much. That meant many employees wouldn’t need to learn too many new skills. But in the last few decades, there has been a giant leap forwards not just in the technology us…Read More

  7. Suggestions for Employee Transitions

    The only constant in life is change. We all know that, and one of the biggest drivers of change these days is advances in technology. Henry Ford’s creation of an assembly line for cars was a giant step forwards in terms of industrial manufacturing. The internet began as a military application, but once it was released into the public sphere, it changed the professional landscape. GPS tracking so…Read More

  8. November 2016 Conventions

    NABD Orlando Conference. Booth #621 November 1-3 Orlando, FL J.D. ByRider Annual Convention. Booth #206 November 3-5 Scottsdale, Arizona American Towman Expo. Booth #1559 November 18-20 Baltimore, Maryland…Read More

  9. Change is in the Air

    Many mobile carriers are changing their spectrum allocations and this will have a noticeable effect on 2G networks.  The growth and evolution of wireless services, along with the demand for faster and broader coverage, means that older networks need to be shut down so there is spectrum available for the new 4G/LTE systems.  While some carriers are doing a complete shut down on a fixed date, othe…Read More