New data protection rules are driving interest in fleet management software, with employers keen to use it to promote compliance, reports FleetCheck,
Key issues confronting the fleet industry include, the continuing ‘demonisation’ of diesel and the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Fleet managers have been warned to be wary of signing up to long-term telematics contracts that require the technology to be plugged into a vehicle's onboard diagnostic-II port.
Satnav address records and Bluetooth phone information stored on used cars and vans are set to create a headache for remarketing companies.
Managing director Ashley Sowerby says businesses need to consider when managing their fleet information is whether their software system is adequately secure.
More clarity needed if fleets are not to lose out on the “many potential gains” in efficiency, safety and environmental impact, says FleetCheck.
Fleet managers and leasing companies have sent a clear message to car manufacturers: we expect to get free access to connected car data.
Businesses could face the threat of class action lawsuits if they fail to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Ensuring employees hold valid driving licences is vital for the compliance of a fleet – and not doing so can have serious consequences. Ben Rooth reports.
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