HaulTech’s in-house Innovation Team has launched its latest development to the multi-award-winning TrakMan platform.
With nearly 30 years of industry experience, HaulTech has been at the forefront of developing fleet management since its inception. As one of the first businesses to combine GPS locations and mapping capabilities, along with offering some of the first integrated vehicle tracking and camera units in the UK, your vehicles and drivers are safe with HaulTech’s vehicle hardware solutions.
The latest development is the introduction of driver hours reporting. This addition to the TrakMan tracking portal allows fleet operators to accurately generate driver hours reports. The report creates a daily log of vehicle activity for each driver and each vehicle they drive.
All fleet operators with an Operating License are tasked with observing the laws associated with the Working Time Directive, especially for their drivers. Utilising the latest feature of TrakMan will make it easier than ever to maintain compliance.
Tachograph compliance presents another layer of legislation that needs to be followed by both drivers and their fleet operators. Hauliers benefitting from HaulTech’s on-screen Tachograph solutions will also be able to quickly and accurately ensure that their drivers are within their allotted working hours. Not only will this avoid any potential prosecution but could result in a more efficiently operating fleet.
Increasing operational efficiency can lead to a reduction in costs and an uptake in work. Not only does this update benefit an organisation that are utilising HaulTech’s on-screen tachograph solutions but those who are using Dallas Keys or other driver ID technologies.
The reporting is available now for TrakMan users.
If you would like to learn more about HaulTech’s vehicle hardware solutions and how they can reduce your road risk, improve your environmental impact and provide the evidence you need following an incident, then contact the team today on 01782 662244, say firstname.lastname@example.org or visit this link.