The most basic use of GPS tracking is to keep track of where your vehicles are on the map. This enables you to see which vehicle is in motion and towards which direction. With GPS tracking technology, you can monitor vehicle speed, routes, engine start up and shut down, idling and routes.
You can tell whether the vehicle is going to the assigned destination, the routes were taken, and when the vehicle is resting.
It also comes in handy in locating a stolen vehicle.Such a control of the fleet of vehicles is a key element to succeed in transportation and logistics business.