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Most of the business owners we work with did not start out with the ambition of becoming a fleet manager. In fact, a lot of them started out as plumbers, contractors, landscapers, truck drivers, and so on, and where good at what they did. So good, in fact, that they soon needed help. So they hired their first employee and bought another vehicle, then another, and then another, and before they knew it they were no longer spending their day focused on the core activity of their business.

Technology? Get This Off My Plate!






First things first. If you are running a business and are thinking about tracking an employee without their knowledge or permission, be careful. The rules on what is and is not legal will not only vary from state to state, but may even vary from city to city. It’s a good idea to check in with the local police or an attorney before deciding whether or not you want to go the covert tracking route.

5 Covert Tracking Considerations








When I talk to business owners and fleet operations managers about implementing a GPS monitoring solution as part of their overall fleet management strategy, I usually run across the same set of objections and concerns. Here are five of the most common myths that I come across these days.

5 Myths About GPS Fleet Tracking