Fleet FAQ? Public Fleet Tracking and Telematics

Q: How do you complete a fleet analysis for a Police Department?

July 18, 2017

by Amin Amini - Also by this author

A: A fleet analysis can be done in several ways.  The first step is to take inventory of all your assets and where each is allocated.  Once sorted, there are several pieces of information that you will need to fully understand your fleet, their behaviors, and costs/trends.  This can include: fuel usage, miles/engine hours driven, utilization of assets, diagnostic information, etc.   all of this data can be automatically compiled for you by utilizing a fleet GPS solution which will collect, store, and ultimately display the information to you in a simple and intuitive format.

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Amin Amini

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Midwest Area Sales Manager, Public Sector

As the Midwest Area Sales Manager, Amin is responsible for city, county, and state entities across 15 states. He has 15 years of experience in the telecom industry and has been with Verizon Connect for 9.5 years.


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