Traditionally, the only way for fleet managers to make improvements to the productivity of their fleet is to focus on making changes to driver behavior. This driver-centric management approach requires fleet managers to monitor, correct, and educate drivers on effective driving behaviors, to reduce fuel costs, efficiently maintain vehicles, minimize downtime, keep drivers safe, and increase productivity. The problem is, managing driver behavior is a difficult and time-consuming approach that, when conducted traditionally, requires time and money to guarantee success. By transitioning to a dual approach of driver-centric and vehicle-centric management, you can leverage driver insights and make adjustments to your vehicles, to achieve the same outcomes more efficiently.
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By Derive Systems