Vehicles are an important part of an organisation’s functioning. In these times, while traffic is bad and people are getting back to work in offices, there is an urgent need to be able to spend minimal amount of time on the roads. Fleet mangers would like to know how to optimise vehicle utilities.

Vehicle tracking is not necessarily for those companies with a large fleet of vehicles. There is a need to track a vehicle even if it is just one. A 10% increase in effective use of a vehicle over a year is a huge gain and can be seen in a cultural shift towards getting an organisation to become better.

Vehicle tracking can help companies plug holes in optimal usage of vehicles and also in situations where the fleet team is not honest, it can even improve by over 50%. There are 2 opposing ways of getting it done, there are those who fit trackers and tell their team about it, like those posters of being informed of being under surveillance by CCTV Cameras, this is a preventive method and is suitable to get better compliance and prevent abuse of systems knowing that one is monitored. While the second is to fix the trackers and document all the misuses and violation of company policies. The latter is useful when the management is sure of the fact that there is a lot of misuse and wants to weed out some of the rot and revamp the entire system, while the former is more suitable to get the team to improve with support from the management and not have to confront the staff for any wrong doings that can generally be stopped by a simple awareness of being tracked.