Fleet management comes at a cost. In addition to fluctuating fuel expenses, the price of maintenance on even a small group of vehicles can add up over time and worsen if no attention is paid.

And while wear and tear is inevitable on your business’s fleet vehicles, with necessary maintenance coming up at times, Actsoft solutions can help reduce the frequency at which your fleet may need repairs with alerts for routine maintenance, aggressive driving, and more. Our applications integrate with easily installed hardware in each of your fleet’s vehicles to report vital data about the ways they’re being operated, so that you can stay updated on maintenance schedules and damaging driving habits.

As routine check-ups can help prevent even costlier repairs down the line for your vehicles, our applications work to keep your administrative team updated about each individual truck or car in your fleet. Past maintenance schedules can be reviewed from our solutions’ interfaces, and you can receive reminders about when specific vehicles are due for a tune-up on the fly. As certain vehicles in your fleet may be driven more than others, diagnostics on individual usage provide you with a more detailed experience that allows you to save time and money. For example, rather than changing the oil on all of your fleet vehicles at the same time, you can pinpoint which ones are approaching the recommended 3,000-mile limit since their last oil change, and only replace the fluids on those particular cars.

Aggressive driving behaviors can also speed up wear-down, particularly for engines, the power steering, and the brakes in each of your vehicles; however, nearly instant notifications through Encore’s dashboard can help you identify and curb excessive instances of harsh braking or hard accelerations by your employees while they drive company vehicles. Designate specific thresholds for speed, accelerations, and slowdowns to track staff driving behaviors and optimize the lifespan of your fleet.

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