Tom Tom Sat Nav
Vehicle tracking systems are incredibly useful in a number of different scenarios. First up, they are powerful ally in the fight against car crime. There’s nothing worse than having your car broken into and stolen. We have to put up with an awful lot of car crime. Most of us have been on the receiving end at one time. By fitting some form of vehicle tracking to your car, it can be traced by the police, which is a huge deterrent to thieves. If they are stupid enough to take it, then at least the authorities can pin point it’s location and return it to if it’s dumped and left.
The other really radical application of vehicle tracking systems is for companies who have fleets to manage. Whether you have trucks and vans on the road, or teams of travelling salespeople, managing a fleet can be a complex and expensive business. Especially if you have no idea of who is where and which routes they are using. Vehicle tracking fills in the gaps. It’s great for customers too as you can give them real time precision updates as to where exactly their goods are and how long they have to wait before they arrive.
More sophisticated systems allow fleet managers to analyse all sorts of useful data relating to things like journey time and fuel consumption. This allows them to plan more efficient routes and correct any poor driver behaviour that is leading to excessive fuel consumption or vehicle wear and tear. One simple investment can improve customer service and save huge amounts of time and money. Without this data, you’re working the dark. These devices along with accompanying software packages provide a real eye opener. All businesses are under pressure to trim costs at the moment. This is a simple investment that can generate huge savings.