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October 31, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
While vehicle connectivity and driverless cars never seem to be out of the headlines, a quieter revolution has also been unfolding in the world of trucking. From platooning and eTrucks to last mile drone deliveries, a range of exciting new technologies are set to transform how transport services are delivered. We look at 5 key […]
October 15, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
There’s just something about a good sing-a-long behind the wheel. The music is turned up, you’re belting out the lyrics to your favorite tune and within a blink of an eye, your vehicle has transformed into your own personal stage. For those out on the road for work, singing doesn’t just make sitting in traffic […]
August 6, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Since its introduction nearly two decades ago, telematics has become increasingly accepted by drivers and managers alike as a vital component of modern fleet management. Today’s advanced telematics systems come packed with features that make drivers’ lives measurably easier. Integrated accurate navigation which avoids traffic laden routes? Tick. Quick and easy automatic mileage claims? […]
July 12, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Lessons for fleet from sports leaders Sir Alex Ferguson has never broken into a cold sweat worrying about the impact speeding is having on the safety and efficiency of his fleet. So you would be justified in wondering what tips he could possibly offer for the smarter management of company vehicles. Well, the leadership principles […]
June 22, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Jeff Asher runs a family business and loves it that way. For over 18 years, he and wife Becky have been at the helm of BC (Becky’s Choice) Towing in Salem, Oregon. Now his daughter and son-in-law have also joined the family business, which is recognized as one of the top 10 Wreckmasters in […]
June 11, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Sir Alex Ferguson has never broken into a cold sweat worrying about the impact speeding is having on the safety and efficiency of his fleet. So you would be justified in wondering what tips he could possibly offer for the smarter management of company vehicles. Well, the leadership principles applied by sports coaches in the […]
May 16, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
One of the biggest reasons for taking greater control over a company’s activity out on the road remains the safety and wellbeing of staff. Driving is the riskiest activity most people engage in while at work and road crashes have been found to account for an estimated 96,626 in work zones in the United States. The […]
April 3, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
One of the first home computers, the Sinclair ZX80, was launched in 1980 and was equipped with 1 KB of static RAM and 4 KB of read-only memory. To provide context, a standard smartphone has around 2,000,000 times more RAM and usually about 16,000,000 times more memory. Priced at $531 at 2018 prices, 100,000 units […]
June 14, 2017 by Torsten Grunzig
Risk is a major issue for business fleets – it is estimated that up to one-third of all road traffic accidents involve someone who is at work at the time. Sources of risk can be found on any journey, which is why it is important for businesses to establish comprehensive processes to identify, measure and […]
May 30, 2017 by Torsten Grunzig
Turning ELD Compliance into Business Advantage The deadline is looming. After many years in the making, this December, fleets across North America will need to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) ELD rule. For many, this means saying goodbye to inefficient paper logs and a migration to a new electronic logging […]