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Delivery Vehicle Tracking

A delivery company’s most common problems often include missed or late deliveries, inaccurate payroll reporting, and unsafe driving habits. While it’s easy to dismiss them as unavoidable industry hurdles, there are effective and affordable ways to reduce or eliminate them completely. By using a combination of a GPS tracking unit and our StreetEagle software, delivery companies can work towards improving customer satisfaction while decreasing operating costs.

StreetEagle’s in-depth delivery reporting capabilities will reveal not only where your vehicles were during the day, but also what transpired during this time. StreetEagle can log a variety of specific events, such as when a lift is activated. This ensures that a stationary vehicle is never mistaken for one making a delivery. With the program’s vehicle history maps, you can even view the exact route a truck took during its day, and use StreetEagle’s routing capabilities to make the route more efficient.

Idling and speeding aren’t problems exclusive to delivery companies, but two problems that can be diminished with StreetEagle. The software can generate speeding reports that outline what speed a vehicle reached, where the speeding occurred, and time spent above the speed threshold. Additionally, the similar idling report will outline when and where a vehicle was left idling and for how long.

In short, StreetEagle will reveal exactly what goes on with your fleet while you’re not around. With the data collected, you can then set in motion new rules and regulations to remedy these industry-specific problems. Visit our Information Request page to ask for more details about our StreetEagle delivery vehicle tracking hardware and software, and our array of service plans as well.

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