Maintain public and driver safety within the restrictions of your departmental budget .
With years of experience building software platforms tailored to public agencies, we value the safety of your personnel and the public you serve. Teletrac Navman fleet management software enables government agencies to improve safety while protecting sensitive data and monitoring carbon footprints. See why some of the largest federal agencies trust our solutions.Build Your Solution Explore Our Platform
Stop wasting time, effort and even fuel with outdated processes. Quality, real-time data lets you fully understand vehicle utilisation, 24 hours a day. Only then can you spot opportunities to improve efficiency.
Factors, such as unnecessary idle time, ineffective routes, and poor driving habits, eat away at your budget and productivity. With razor thin margins and the potential for public scrutiny, our fleet management software allows you to cut waste.
Teletrac Navman fleet management solutions allows you to utilise GPS data for insight into bad habits, such as speed, safety, and harsh braking.
Turn this data into action for improved driver training. Attentive drivers not only reduce wear and tear on vehicles but also help keep themselves and the public safe.
Safety reigns supreme in the public sector. We have vast experience listening and understanding the concerns of public employees and the desire to help meet strict requirements.
Teletrac Navman provides better insight into fleet usage and identifies potential violations. Proactively detect and mitigate risks, in compliance with all work, health, and safety standards.
Privacy and security play a role in virtually every aspect of government and public sector. You need to protect not only your own information but potentially that of your constituents.
Teletrac Navman solutions are built with data privacy in mind, so that you can focus your energy on other things.
In order to measure efficient fuel use, government agencies can do the following three things.
Driver training is crucial to developing a consistent culture of road safety. The three steps to creating a successful driver training program are:
Insurance companies make decisions on premium costs based on claim histories – the record of events that indicates whether a commercial vehicle operator is a good risk. You may be eligible for lower premiums if you keep violations and accidents to a minimum. Train your drivers well and track their behaviour to reduce your risk of either.