Quartix Blog

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How does vehicle tracking create savings for site-based work?

For many businesses, company vehicles remain at work sites for long periods and are only used to make short journeys. When can a vehicle tracking system create savings for a business in these situations? The answer is 24/7. We'll look at five different ways that ROI can be achieved.

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Getting an ROI from low rolling resistance tires

Low rolling resistance tires can improve a vehicle’s fuel economy by around 3-10%, but they are around 50% more expensive than standard tires. United Tires gave us some tips to help fleets decide if this upfront investment will pay for itself over time.

20 years of Quartix vehicle tracking

20 Years of Vehicle Tracking

To mark the 20th anniversary of Quartix vehicle tracking, we wanted to take the chance to reflect on our journey. Quartix started with one mission – to enable businesses to build efficient fleet operations. We couldn’t be prouder of how far Quartix has come in the last two decades.

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How much does vehicle tracking cost in 2021?

We’ve answered your top ten questions in this guide to vehicle tracking prices to help understand what to expect from a supplier. You will find a checklist of questions to ask, to help you determine whether there are any hidden costs.

How your vehicle tracking system can help enforce your company speeding policy

It’s a company's responsibility to reduce the risk of accidents for its fleet. Here's how your vehicle tracking system helps to enforce your company speeding policy.

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How does vehicle tracking calculate and use driver scores?

Quartix provides an easy-to-understand, colour-coded score for each vehicle or driver in a fleet, so that fleet managers can instantly recognise which drivers need to improve their skills. This score is calculated by looking at two important areas of driver performance.

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Engine hour monitoring: Why your vehicle tracking system should have it

Engine hours tell you how long a vehicle or piece of equipment has been running during a particular time, giving an accurate indication of vehicle use. This informs your maintenance schedules and health & safety compliance.

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How has the pandemic changed the cleaning industry?

Cleaning procedures have strengthened in response to the global efforts to combat Covid-19, but companies must also look at the way they carry out jobs not only for the public’s benefit, but to safeguard their employees.

Managing your vehicles post-lockdown

Companies are now sending vehicles home with their drivers, so that employees can avoid public transport or going to a central depot. Find out how businesses can keep track of vehicle movements and adapt to these new ways of working.

Could vehicle tracking dashboards make your fleet more productive?

Just like the console on a truck or van gives you vital information while you drive, operational dashboards provide a simple, live summary of the data that your vehicle tracking system collects.

See for yourself how Quartix works with our fully interactive real-time demo.

Need to speak to one of our experts?

We’ll help you decide which vehicle tracking option is right for you