KPIs to Measure ELD Success

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While ELDs are primarily aimed at helping your drivers comply with hours of service requirements, it’s a perfect opportunity to start measuring a few other performance metrics. It can uncover areas where coaching may be needed or improvements made to your operation planning.

  • Speeding
  • Harsh braking/acceleration
  • Out-of-route miles
  • Excessive idling
  • Late starts
  • Missed appointments
  • Delivery cost per mile

Verizon Connect provides web-based fleet management software that allows fleets to setup custom dashboards to measure specific KPIs across divisions, teams and regions - all in real time.

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