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All About the ELD Mandate

From the basics regarding compliance to details regarding costs and benefits, everything the vocational truck fleet manager needs to know about the upcoming deadline for the ELD mandate is shared.

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Work Truck Commemorates 10th Anniversary

From the push to “go green” to new-vehicle launches to mergers and acquisitions, the past decade has been covered in full by the No. 1 vocational truck magazine.

CalAmp offers a wide variety of devices ranging from sophisticated tracking devices to OBD-II plug-in devices with extended Parameter ID libraries. (Image courtesy of CalAmp)


Telematics in Mixed Truck Fleets: Meeting Challenges, Finding Solutions

In part two of this two-part series, challenges and solutions for equipping a mixed truck fleet with a telematics solution are shared.

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3 Unexpected Ways Fleet Tracking Will Improve Sales Performance

Robust fleet tracking solutions provide countless features that add useful insight to help optimize sales performance. Three ways that you might not expect it to help are shared.

Omnitracs solution covers all truck classes and provides a convenient dashboard to view particular units, exceptions, and more. (Image courtesy of Omnitracs)


Telematics in Mixed Truck Fleets: Equipment and Reporting

In part one of this two-part series, best practices in equipping a mixed truck fleet are shared, as well as details on varied reporting capabilities.

Breaking down the year-over-year growth by sector shows a large potential increase in the trucking sector. (SOURCE: CJ DRISCOLL & ASSOCIATES)


Current Trends in Mobile Resource Management

In the early days, telematics were synonymous with GPS. Today, they do so much more. The 2016-2017 U.S. Mobile Resource Management Systems Market Study tells us what’s going on in the market now.

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Work Truck Capability Converges with Technology

Today's trucks feature almost as much capability in the cab as they do under the hood. Some OEMs are leveraging mobile technology to make fleets more efficient.

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Using Predictive Analytics to Improve Fleet Decisions

With the powerful data from telematics, fleets are using predictive models to make future fleet decisions, whether it’s about an individual driver or maintenance or even vehicle procurement.

Brandy Waugh and her father (center) pose with the company's team of technicians and cargo vans.


Old School Plumber Goes High Tech

A telematics system, digital inventory control and pipe cameras have helped this small plumbing fleet create a more efficient working process — while improving and speeding up its customer service.

(L-R) Kelvin Kohatsu, Hawaii Electric Light fleet administrator; Joshua Kunimura, Hawaii Electric Light apprentice service lineman; and Clyde Kunimura, Hawaii Electric Light senior service lineman stand on and next to a Kenworth T300 bucket truck. (PHOTO: Zonar)


Telematics Improves Safety for Hawaiian Utility

Hawaii Electric Light Co. relies on its telematics platform to keep employees safe and help reduce operating costs.

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Fleet Tracking And Telematics

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Fleet Management And Leasing

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