Tag : FleetCheck
The grey fleet sector could see an “explosion” over the coming year as increasing numbers of people turn away from public transport.
Fleets making use of driver-owned home delivery vehicles are “dancing around” acceptable levels of safety and need to start addressing the issue.
FleetCheck has published a five-point list to help fleets gain maximum insight from their data as businesses investigate new ways to optimise operations.
Staff reorganisations and redundancies as a result of the pandemic are resulting in a skills shortage for those taking over in fleet that could last a … Read More »
Businesses are turning to fleet management software to provide a solution to ‘scattered’ fleet departments where teams are operating individually from home.
The rise of electric vehicles and the impact of the coronavirus crisis is creating a new breed of “home-working, home-charging” employees who will require careful management … Read More »
The coronavirus crisis is creating an “advance or consolidate” moment for fleets when it comes to their planning for the future.
New features have been added to FleetCheck’s Vehicle Inspection App, aiding its use by fleets as take-up continues to accelerate.
Use of fleet management software is now back at its pre-coronavirus crisis level, but with some major changes in fleet operations now surfacing as a result … Read More »
FleetCheck is warning fleets to review their vehicle lease contracts in light of the coronavirus pandemic leading to less travel and a lack of new car … Read More »
Journey approval could be the future of fleet, with fleet drivers required to get permission before going on trips, FleetCheck has suggested.
Driving for Better Business is launching a free driver app and management portal to provide a robust way for employers to safely get drivers and vehicles … Read More »
Fleet management is likely to remain a remote activity post lockdown, with companies not rushing to reopen offices and depots, FleetCheck has warned.
Fit-to-drive declarations are becoming “more important” in the light of increased levels of drink and drug driving reported by the police – and could even help … Read More »
A new dashcam interface developed by FleetCheck for its fleet management software could bring considerable benefits for fleets as video footage becomes more widely used.
Firms can now get a “highly credible” forecast of the potential savings from fleet software using a new online return-on-investment calculator from FleetCheck.
Company car choice hierarchies could become less important in the near future, as employees place less focus on model and grade and more on eco friendliness.
More businesses need to put measures in place to ensure that a high degree of continuity is ensured in their fleet operations over the summer period … Read More »
Evaluation tools could become central to fleet EV adoption but more sophisticated technologies are desperately needed, according to FleetCheck.
Fleets trialling electric and hybrid vehicles must compile accurate and reliable data on their use to make a compelling case for further roll-out.
Current boundaries of AI will see the technology bring limited fleet management functionality at first but significant developments could be on the way.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck has made two new appointments in line with ongoing company growth.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck has waded into the ongoing connected car data ownership debate, urging fleets to back a new call for open access to such … Read More »
Fleets have a moral responsibility – and even potentially a legal one – to ensure that employees have detailed guidance about travelling in wintry conditions, and … Read More »
FORS members can now use a new Fleet Management System (FMS) Mobile app to streamline vehicle inspection processes.
Fleets are being advised to warn their drivers about the inaccuracy of cheap personal breathalysers in the run-up to Christmas.
Fleet software specialist FleetCheck is now ISO 27001 certified, reinforcing its information security credentials.
Fleets need to ensure structured policies and strict controls are in place for plug-in hybrids and full electric vehicles to maximise their benefits.
Companies operating in the ‘on demand’ gig economy must ensure vehicles and drivers are managed the same as any other grey fleet, FleetCheck has warned.
FleetCheck is to promote the Driving for Better Business campaign’s Safety and Compliance Commitment to its fleet management software customer base.