Know Your Rights When Tracking Your Fleet

Recognize the laws concerning vehicle tracking and what you need to consider when implementing a fleet tracking system for your business.

Track your fleet in compliance with local and national laws

In this guide, you’ll find advice on how you can:

  • Ensure that you are tracking legally
  • Safeguard your drivers’ privacy rights and
  • Protect their personal data


Understand your entitlements when it comes to tracking your businesses’ vehicles and the justification you need before exercising them.


Identify the exceptions made for drivers using their own vehicles at work and be aware of current local and state laws about vehicle tracking.

Telematics features that help you track drivers legally

Telematics systems have in-built features such as:

  • Privacy settings
  • Monitoring periods
  • Driver controls

These settings give you the flexibility you need to ensure you uphold laws and regulations, while offering drivers adequate protection over their data.

“We have the option to switch the trackers off.  Our company policy is to only track the drivers during certain hours, so we won’t track them on leave, etc. It’s a good feature that I’d recommend.”

-Hasnein Rajani, Office Manager, Sartstedt

Your guide to vehicle tracking laws

Everything you need to know about the legalities of tracking your fleet vehicles and your company’s drivers.