Maybe you’re evaluating GPS fleet tracking, but you’re worried it’ll spook your drivers.
Or maybe you’re just starting to research vehicle tracking. You see how it could benefit your company — saving you money, improving customer service, encouraging better driver behavior. But you’re thinking it could also hurt employee morale. What if it makes your drivers think you don’t trust them?
And what does the law say? When are you violating your drivers’ privacy? What can and can’t you do? Could these trackers come back to bite you with a lawsuit?