One of the most common terms when it comes to GPS Tracking is “driver behavior modification.” It sounds like something out of college textbook…no wonder employees are often against the boss wiring a device into their vehicle.
Put simply though, “driver behavior modification,” just means changing a behavior. Changing behavior can be beneficial to the employee, not just the boss. Think about it. Tracking can get you to the job sooner, more jobs in the day and in less time, helping the you to be more productive and getting more jobs done in a day and in less time, you get home quicker to your family or your plans for the evening. What’s not to like about that?
Or how about proving you did the job you said you did. With fleet tracking technology, it doesn’t have to be a “he said/she said” scenario. Your boss has the info at his finger tips and you are in the clear. Or maybe you show up for the job and no one is there, tracking can show you may be at the wrong building or door.
How about this, you are in an accident and the driver accuses you of speeding, checking the GPS tracking can determine the truth. Saving you a lot of time off the job to defend yourself. What about being falsely accused of hit and run? GPS Tracking can verify the exact location at the time of the accusation.
So let’s get rid of all the excuses for not using GPS fleet tracking.
GPS fleet tracking technology is a tool to help everyone do their job better.