Watch: How data can help prevent breakdowns

Watch: How data can help prevent breakdowns

The worst-case scenario for a driver and fleet manager alike is a roadside breakdown. If this should happen to your truck, this out-of-service vehicle can cost your fleet $1,000 or more each day. In addition to leaving customers without service, a typical breakdown might take your truck off the road for seven to 10 days and leave my driver idle.

Thankfully, your fleet has a valuable crew member on board that is glad to help you avoid this awful downtime: Meet Data.

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