Driver Tiredness and Fatigue we all have suffered from it !
Do you know that driving while tired, fatigue can reduce your driving awareness by 90%.
Things you should do to prevent driver fatigue
1. Before a long drive, get a good night’s sleep.
2. Try to get at least 6 hours of sleep per night.
3. Plan your journey.
4. Take a break every 2 hours or every 100 miles.
5. During your break, take a walk, get some fresh air, , if you are sleepy, take a power nap.
Vehicle tracking can help monitor driver fatigue.
With the help of dash cameras and driver-facing systems, you can alert a driver if he is closing his eyes or showing signs of tiredness. Systems can help alert users to lane departures and much more.
Features of the SafeTrac Vehicle Tracking
Perhaps the most notable feature of the Safetrac vehicle tracking system is how easy it is to monitor.
The data the Safetrac vehicle tracking device offers is similarly impressive. Let’s take a look at the features and benefits of this powerful machine.
Live location allows fleet managers to see where their vehicles are in real time. This means they can ensure that they’re in the right place and are taking an efficient route.
The unit displays previous routes taken by drivers as well as driver behaviour, allowing you to be sure that your drivers are keeping themselves, the general public and your vehicles safe.
The full reporting suite features timesheets, mileage, and notifications of speeding.
Tailor the alerts you receive according to what’s important to you and your business. Live camera feed and alerts
The latest mapping software ensures that you receive correct information on routes, road closures, traffic, and diversions.
Get in touch today to find out more information about the Safetrac Tracking System and driver camera options.