GPS Tracking Systems Will Save You Money!

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Reducing Fuel Consumption

The average price for a gallon of gas continues to climb, costing over $3.00 per gallon for southern Californians. With the consistent increase of gas prices, many businesses are looking for alternative ways to reduce unnecessary fuel consumption in an effort to increase profits. The solution has come with GPS tracking system technology!

The Secret Expenses Of Idling

The truth is that vehicles that are left idling for long periods of time can result in revenue lost. The American Trucking Association states that:

  • A vehicle left idling can consume over a gallon of gas every hour.
  • One hour of idling by a vehicle everyday for year will culminate in approximately 70,000 miles of vehicle engine wear-and-tear after all associated factors are added.

With the average gallon of gas costing nearly $3.00, do you know how much money you are wasting because of unnecessary idling? The chart below provides information on how much money you could be losing because of idling, providing the fuel costs associated with excessive vehicle idling.

SilverCloud GPS: The Recommended GPS To Eliminate Excessive Fuel Use

Gasoline Price= $3.00 per gallon

# of Vehicles Idling Cost Per Day Idling Cost Per Month Annual Idling Cost
1 $ 3.00 $ 90.00 $ 1080.00
5 $ 15.00 $ 450.00 $ 5,400.00
10 $ 30.00 $ 900.00 $ 10,800.00
25 $ 75.00 $ 2,250.00 $ 27,000.00
100 $ 300.00 $ 9,000.00 $ 108,000.00

* Costs associated with idling, such as maintenance and additional repairs were not included into the chart that calculates gas at $3.00 per gallon and 1 hour of vehicle idling per day.

What Will A GPS Tracking System Do For Me?

GPS Tracking Systems Will Provide A Collection Of Cost-Saving Data That Includes:

  • An easy way to observe, calculate, and reduce the amount of time a vehicle is idling. Idling is an expensive problem for small and large businesses alike.
  • An easy way to validate driver's are taking appropriate routes. Misuse or unauthorized use of company vehicles is the #1 cause of unnecessary fuel consumption.
  • An easy way to observe driver speed. Excessive speed is not only dangerous, but it also results in excessive fuel consumption.

GPS Tracking Systems Can Help Eliminate The 3 Main Problems Associated With Unnecessary Fuel Consumption:

  • Excessive and unnecessary vehicle idling
  • Speeding or driving at high speeds
  • Poor routing or unauthorized use of company vehicles

Don't Continue to Throw Money Out The Window!!!

When An Investment In A GPS Tracking System Will Result In Safer Employee Driving Habits And Increased Profit!

GPS Tracking Driver Speed

How Driving Slower Can Save Your Business Money!

gasFuel costs have been skyrocketing over the past couple months as unrest in the Middle East has caused many investors to believe that exports of petroleum from OPEC/oil producing countries will likely feel some form of disruption. With oil still being the main form of energy producer, many companies have had to make concessions in order to keep production high while not getting their backs broken from soaring fuel costs. The answer that many forward-thinking companies have found is that GPS tracking systems can offer a cost-effective avenue to oversee the precise cost of fuel consumption by company drivers. Once businesses are able to draw a base line of the monetary damages associated with fuel consumption, the company can then make adjustments, using GPS fleet management technology to reduce fuel consumption.

GPS monitoring systems can offer businesses a number of ways to enhance operations from improved routing, mileage documentation and auto-theft protection, but the key element that GPS tracking systems offer that can save companies money is that devices can record the speeds a driver travels. The reason why documenting driver speeds is important is because what many people may not be aware of is that any driver can reduce their fuel consumption by upwards of 35% by the proper use of something that every driver probably already has.

That being a functional and appropriately used right foot.

Drivers will often focus on many myths about fuel economy, such as thinking that a vehicle will get better gas mileage with the windows down rather than running the air conditioning, when in fact the way a person operates a vehicle will actually have the greatest impact on the amount of fuel they consume (driving a vehicle with the windows down actually creates drag/resistance that can have a negative impact on fuel economy). Although there are many little things that a driver can to improve fuel economy, for example checking the air pressure in tires once a week to ensure the proper inflation, the best ways to increase fuel efficiency is by keeping a steady foot and taking it slow.

GPS Tracking: How It Helps Fuel Economy

The difference between driving in a range between 55 mph-65 mph rather than driving consistently at the average of 60 mph can actually make a significant impact on any driver's wallet. By using speed control features such as cruise control, drivers can keep a more steady pace, something that can increase fuel economy. Also, by simply driving a little more slowly can have a much more positive impact on the wallet. Although some of this news may already appear to be common knowledge, it is shocking how many drivers seem to neglect these simple ways to improve fuel economy.

The likely reason for the neglect?

The company driver is not paying the gas bill.

Our vehicle monitoring experts are by no means suggesting that companies should begin utilizing a plan or strategy to make drivers pay for gasoline use, but by using car tracking technology, businesses can monitor driving activity and make drivers adhere to more efficient driving standards. The data accessible from both passive trackers such as the GPS Tracking Key and real-time trackers such as the SilverCloud can inform fleet managers about the driving practices of drivers, showing whether or not company vehicles are being used in a efficient fashion or simply taken for a ride. The fleet managers can then systematically shape driving behaviors of drivers to cut fuel costs and increase the overall company bottom line.

Gas is only going to continue to rise in cost, therefore it is important to have drivers execute responsible decision making when operating company vehicles. The cost could save your business a ton!

Source: CNN Money

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