03 Dec 2010 @ 9:15 AM 
  • "This technology will revolutionize the industry"
  • "I can now apply auxiliary drivers to routes without having to hold their hands"

Having GPS guidance in the truck opens doors to solving manpower challenges.  Is part of your crew out with the flu? Simply attach the GPS enabled device to your windshield, select the route to drive, then follow the path laid out. On screen notification of approaching turns appear, and special instructions for treatment appear near their relevant locations. Is there a special road hazard, maneuver method, or note a new driver should be aware of? If so, they can be loaded into the device in advance, and appear on screen upon approach.

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 03 Aug 2010 @ 7:49 PM 
Each winter operations are tasked with driver education. Part of this training  includes educating the drivers on their routes, and where they will encounter hazards.

 With in cab navigation drivers select their route from a menu, and are guided by GPS and map along their prescribed optimized route. This means no more getting lost, and surface physical hazards are clearly identified.

Gone are the days where only 'Fred' could drive 'Fred's' route. Drivers become interchangeable providing they check out on the equipment, they learn their route as guided by the device.

Clear directions are delivered on where to deadhead, and where to service roadway. Over salting and plowing salt another vehicle just put down 10 minutes ago become issues of the past.

These are just a few of the benefits you'll find using our In cab navigation.
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Last Edit: 23 Dec 2010 @ 11:21 PM

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