Van trackers can help to keep your business efficient, profitable and accountable. RAM Tracking allows your company to maximise the productivity of your workforce, whilst minimising time and business costs. It’s like you’re with every one of our drivers without having to be physically there!
Road Safety Week is run by a charity called Brake, who works to prevent road death and injury, make streets and communities safer and support the victims of road crashes. Road Safety Week aims to motivate people to act on road safety and promote lifesaving messages during the week. Their campaign is calling for people to sign a pledge which calls for them to drive less, and if they do, to do everything they can to protect themselves and others around them. Vehicle tracking devices can help you to make your Brake Pledge.
“Remember,remember the fifth of November”, Bonfire Night is fast approaching, have you thought about how many costs your business is actually burning away: like fuel, excessive idling and unnecessary private mileage that vehicle trackers can easily take care of?
As we all know, the roads become more hazardous during winter. As a fleet manager, it is your duty to make sure your employees are driving safely and economically. Here are five top tips for successful fleet management this winter:
We are well and truly on our way into winter; with night’s drawing in and the air getting ever cooler, there has never been a better time to have your lorries tracked. Here are a number of business benefits for GPS lorry tracking:
Based out of Leeds, James brings to the table over 18 years of experience working in the automotive industry. During this time, James has excelled in supporting business growth and development thanks to effective strategic planning.
Last week, some of the RAM Tracking team exhibited at The Build Show as part of UK Construction Week. Over 40,000 trade professionals visited over the three days, as well as more than 400 exhibitors. Our team consisted of Marketing Executive Dan, Business Development Managers; Steve and Stuart, and our golf caddies; Holly and Rachael.
With Halloween just around the corner, we’ve been thinking about how GPS tracking devices could seriously improve your chances of survival during a zombie apocalypse.
New research figures from RAC Business show that 88% of company car drivers admit to speeding on motorways. This is a figure that has actually increased since last year by 7%. The majority of these people admitted to breaking the limit regularly, this is nearly double the percentage of private motorists who admitted to going over the speed limit often. A worrying 7% of company car drivers actually admitted to driving at 90mph.
On Friday 30th September, it’s the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ which if you don’t know is a Macmillan Cancer Support fundraiser. The event has been around since 1990 and has grown exponentially – it raised a huge £25 million last year and hopes to top it again this year!
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