GPS Tracking Systems Monitor Ice Cream Trucks
Vehicle Tracking Systems Help During Tax Season
Every suburban neighborhood kid is familiar with the jingle omitted by the local ice cream truck. The sound of the ice cream truck approaching literally has the power to stop kids in their tracks, making them put down their bikes or other toys they are playing with as they begin to search frantically to see which direction the noise is coming from. After a kid discovers where the noise is coming from they will run to find their parents as fast they can to get some money to buy their favorite snack. Their is no denying that the ice cream man delivers joy and goodies to suburban children. However, what is bringing joy to many ice cream truck businesses is vehicle tracking technology that utilizes GPS.
Unlike most fleet auto management devices that utilize real-time locational data to improve efficiency and fleet management, many ice cream trucks are finding a cost-effective tracking solution with passive tracker systems such as the GPS Tracking Key Pro. "GPS auto tracking can help any company or business with a mobile asset document mileage driven, making the GPS systems extremely helpful during tax season", explained Ryan Horban, Vice President of Operations for Tracking System Direct. Although an ice cream truck may spend most of its travel time within a small area the truck can easily rack up over 100 miles in a day, making mileage documentation an important part of the business.
GPS Tracking Key Key
GPS Tracking Key is one of the more popular passive tracking systems used among ice cream truck businesses because the vehicle tracking device has no monthly fees, requires no installation and can record a little over 100 hours of wheels-in-motion movement per battery cycle. This vehicle tracker allows businesses to easily access and calculate mileage driven, making bookkeeping for tax season simple.
Businesses as large as Coke-Cola and as small as a single ice cream truck are utilizing GPS car tracking technology for anything ranging from employee accountability to mileage documentation.
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Source: Ice Cream