In most countries, drivers are prohibited from permitting any internal combustion engine (“ICE”) more than three minutes while the vehicle is stationary “idling prohibition”. Drivers who breach this prohibition are issued with a Penalty Notice and charge of up to AU $400.
Vision Trak reports on idling events to reduce these occurrences and drive fuel cost savings.
For a refrigerated fleet with an average of 20 vehicles Average Truck Costs AU $3,000 in Fuel per Month Dataset from the Group Running Summary for 7 days
Note: The estimations above do not take into consideration the savings on engine wear and tear over 12 months
Vision Trak reports on utilisation events to reduce percentage of under-utilised vehicles
– For a refrigerated fleet with an average of 20 vehicles
– Average Truck Costs AU$3,000 in Fuel per Month
– Data set from the Group Running Summary for 7 days
The estimations above do not take into consideration the savings on engine wear and tear over 12 months
The cost of driver behaviour is well known to all business owners. As we all well know, each business has an internal evaluation of the best and worst drivers based on the various interaction between Drivers and Management.
Vision Trak’s harsh event management data provides management a scorecard to evaluate
In Australia and based on various Refrigerated Vehicle Configuration, the average cost of a NEW vehicle is between AU$150k and AU$300k we used in this example a AU$200k
Savings calculations based on:
Data set from the Group Running Summary for 7 days Note: The estimation above does not take into consideration the savings on engine wear and tear over 12 months
Vision Trak evaluates the time lost in administrative activities as a huge impact to the business. On average, a fleet of 20 vehicles cost the business minimum of 2 to 5 LABOUR hours costs per day (depending on the process used), the potential cost savings in Australia is based on:
AU $22.50 PER HOUR X A MINIMUM OF 10 HOURS PER WEEK = AU $225 PER WEEK PER VEHICLE
Employers have a duty to assess risks to lone workers and take steps to avoid or control risks where necessary.
This must include: involving workers when considering potential risks and measures to control them; taking steps to ensure risks are removed where possible, or putting in place control measures.
Vision Trak reports on number of breaks taken by each driver for optimal fatigue management.
This Data set is based on the Group Running Summary for 7 days