Fleet Management & Maintenance: Brake Safety Week
We talk a lot about truck drivers around here, but we don’t discuss fleet managers nearly as much as we should. What are fleet managers? A better question would be, what aren’t fleet managers?
It’s the kind of position that carries many hats, and no matter how much they do, there is always more to get done.
The roles and responsibilities of fleet managers can range from vehicle financing, to vehicle maintenance, vehicle tracking and diagnostics, driver management, speed management, fuel management, and health and safety management.
So why should fleet managers choose Trucklogics – trucking software?
Brake Safety Week
If you haven’t heard, Sept 11-17, 2016 is Brake Safety Week! As part of CVSA’s Brake Safety Week, law enforcement agencies across North America will inspect trucks to find out-of-adjustment brakes, as well as brake-system and anti-lock braking system (ABS) violations.
If you get pegged for brake violations, or you just want to avoid getting pegged for bad brakes, you need to consider TruckLogics.
Vehicle Maintenance Management
With TruckLogics, you have access to an effective system for managing, planning, and maintaining accurate repair records, as well as service schedules, and even upcoming truck maintenance.
Simply add your maintenance and repair schedule to our hassle-free log screen, and then add any and all equipment details possible. Everything from year, make, model, and serial number can be added here.
With this information in the system, you can create your own maintenance schedules based on your own requirements for your fleet. You can then track your brake maintenance schedule by date, mileage, and hours.
Versatile Trucking Management
You can also schedule dispatches, track income and expense reports, and create LTL orders, as well as report your IFTA returns.
Not only can TruckLogics help you track your brake management, it can also help you out with driver management, driver payment reports, and fuel management.
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