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Foretrack Customers save more money with our live email alert service

Foretrack’s dynamic e-mail service provides a choice of any number of customisable reports, which illustrate the exact movement of any vehicle fitted with its industry leading telematics product.  These reports are included free of charge, as part of the service Foretrack customers receive when they install our vehicle tracking products. Foretrack can divert these alerts […]

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Reducing your Carbon Footprint: Foretrack Customers ask for help

What is a ‘Carbon Footprint’? Carbon Footprint is a measure of the amount of carbon dioxide or CO2 emitted through the combustion of fossil fuels; in the case of an organisation, business or enterprise, as part of their everyday operations. In the news, in everyday life, in our dealings with customers, in supplying government organisations, […]

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Road Pricing, Foretrack Customers express their views

Government studies are being carried out on introducing a scheme for all UK vehicles. The UK government suggested they explore “piggy-backing” road pricing on private sector technologies, such as vehicle tracking and pay-as-you-go insurance, thus avoiding a large-scale public sector procurement exercise. If introduced, this scheme would likely see a charge being levied per mile […]

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London Congestion Charges, Foretrack Customers avoid Penalties

London’s recently enlarged area for Congestion Charging will cause increased headaches for some business owners and fleet mangers. Failing to optimise vehicle routing means increased daily costs of operation. With no benefits of vehicle tracking a late payment of an unexpected congestion charge increases costs even more; being very late with a payment may cost […]

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Government Tax Hike – Van Drivers Beware

Britain’s 290,000 van drivers and fleet managers are advised to act now to avoid the Government’s potential 600% tax hike for van drivers, scheduled to come into effect from next year. In April 2007, the benefit-in-kind tax charge on company vans will soar from £500 to £3,500 – that is unless it can be proved […]

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