Truck Tracking can be a great useful resource organizational tool. You'll create better awareness of where your vehicles are and when and where you can dispatch your next technician. Managing your vehicle where about can cut millage and gas consumption saving valuable time and money. When you have a fleet to manage this tool is very resourceful and wise to consider. Another thing to consider is customer service, which I have emphasized many times, with truck tracking you'll be able to alert your customer and create awareness that their technician will be arriving soon, or if their is a delay with traffic and so on.
Without this service I know I would be putting up a pretty penny, that I would not know where my workers are or when they would complete the jobs.. I would probably need to constantly contact our tech and find out where and when their next job is done. Interrupting your workers day can cause delays, give bad customer experience displaying your worker is always on the phone and not focused on the customer and the customer job. Putting your customers first is always a priority. With truck tracking, it is a good way of thinking that you will be putting your customers first. This is not a tool to generate revenue but a way to save money in the long haul and give great experiences to your customers.