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Four ways you can use GPS tracking to increase productivity

Global positioning systems (GPS) have quickly become the gold standard as a cost-effective way for businesses with vehicle fleets to reduce fuel and fleet costs.

With GPS installed, businesses know the exact location of their vehicles. This helps businesses save fuel through dispatching efficiencies and improved routing. Data gathered by many GPS systems – including driver speed and idle time – can further help businesses by improving safety and decreasing fuel costs.

However, some GPS fleet tracking solutions offer tools and data gathering features that help business owners improve driver productivity and increase payroll efficacy – both of which can ultimately reduce overtime hours and garner additional revenue.

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