GPS / Telematics

La. Installs GPS on 10,000 State Cars

August 18, 2015

The State of Louisiana is installing GPS tracking devices on its entire 10,543-vehicle fleet, The Advocate reported.

The state expects the $10 million project will save $30 million over the next five years by reducing the cost of fuel, maintenance, and insurance.

GPS Insight is providing the monitoring service for $25.57 per vehicle monthly. The state hopes to complete device installations on all vehicles by November.

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