US Fleet Tracking Reveals the Newest GPS Tracker Fuel Card Purchase Integration

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US Fleet Tracking explains a scenario when GPS tracker usage means having more control over fuel consumption.

US Fleet Tracking

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Now, fleet companies can have even more fuel consumption control with fuel card purchase integration!

Fuel expenses can easily be one of the largest overhead costs for a fleet company. By utilizing various GPS tracker reports and alerts thousands of customers have been able to save money on this large expense. In fact, many fleet owners report seeing changes within just a few weeks of implementing GPS tracker devices. Now, fleet companies can have even more fuel consumption control with fuel card purchase integration!

GPS tracker technology already shows managers how to schedule appointments in terms of closest technician, affecting fuel costs greatly, while also allowing them to see a report or historical playback of what transpired that day. In addition by way of monitoring reports and being capable of pinpointing driver habits have helped cut back on costs. Planning routes, decreasing idling, and reducing speed are all fantastic ways fleet companies have saved on fuel.

Imagine a scenario where a drivers decided to have a friend meet him at the gas station, fills up the company truck’s tank, and proceeds to fill up his friend’s gas tank. With the newest fuel card data being integrated with the GPS tracker system it would be a cinch to catch the discrepancy, but without this the extra expense may go unnoticed costing a company more than necessary.

The fuel card purchase data will only make saving on fuel costs that much more simple. This technology will help businesses to realize even more rapid and ongoing ROI opportunities. Being an even more efficient fleet while reducing overhead costs is like a dream come true for many fleets. Now, validating company expenses is even better than before.

To view US Fleet Tracking’s selection of GPS tracker devices, please click here.

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