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GPS Tracking Solutions for School Bus Fleets

GPS Tracking Solutions for School Bus Fleets
April 25, 2018 Fleet Tracking Editor

school bus gps trackerThe integration of a GPS tracking solution can provide a great number of benefits for a school district with a focus on student safety. GPS tracking is one of the most efficient and cost-effective tools to help provide real-time vehicle location information when you need it.

Is a bus running late? Are parents complaining about missed stops? Are there claims of unsafe driving? Could you optimize current routes, to save time and reduce overall operational costs? Is there room to improve pickup or drop-off schedules?

 

School Districts Stay in Contact with Parents using GPS Tracking on Buses

Our GPS tracking system will ensure that you are offering cost-effective, timely, and, most importantly, safe student transportation. Your transportation director will have control over every aspect of bus operations and can quickly get an idea about areas that can be improved upon.

Perhaps a bus has been caught up in a traffic incident? Your transportation director can quickly identify that there is an issue and make the school aware of the issue. Perhaps a driver has been accused of reckless driving? With access to driver metrics you’ll be able to verify the speeds at which the bus driver was going as well as determine whether there were hard braking incidents or other areas of concern.

The safety of your students is your top priority, and the right GPS tracking solution can help to give you the tools needed to keep those students safe. Remember that the way a driver operates a bus can also impact the maintenance needs of the vehicle. Having the ability to access real-time data can put at your fingertips the ability to better maintain the fleet and improve operational cost control.

To find out more about how the Rhino Fleet Tracking GPS tracking solution can benefit school districts with a fleet of buses, call one of our experts at 800-293-0420 for a zero-obligation demonstration.