UK drivers spending more than one day per year stuck in traffic.

13 February, 2018

New research reveals drivers in UK cities spend more than one day per year stuck in traffic. This adds up to an overall cost of an astonishing £1,168 per driver in wasted fuel. To address this, MRM has live analytics that can help to plan out the best routes beforehand and avoid heavy traffic.

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More than half of vehicle fleets are missing out on the benefits of technology

24 August, 2017

A new survey from Shell has highlighted more than half of fleet executives still use manual systems for everyday fleet management tasks such as job allocation, vehicle maintenance & driver management. The data also suggests that a significant number are looking to move to fleet management systems, with 50% expecting their roles to include a greater reliance on technology over the next few years.

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Is MRM the secret weapon for fleets to avoid peak holiday roadwork disruption?

20 July, 2017

With more than 250 sets of roadworks scheduled across major routes all over the country, is MRM the "secret weapon" for fleets to avoiding peak holiday period interruptions?

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Racing cars and what businesses can learn from their approach to tech

28 May, 2017

May 28 marks the 101st running of the Indy 500, and it’s pretty cool to think about how any business can take lessons from IndyCar’s innovative operations – particularly how teams use connectivity and data to gain a competitive edge and create the ultimate connected car

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How can you grow your fleet without a lot of capital expenditure?

10 April, 2017

The traditional approach to handling business growth is just add to your business to meet the increased demand – more workers, more vehicles and more depots. This can also mean an increase in administration and management personnel

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F1 and its marginal gains philosophy: What can the fleet industry learn?

21 November, 2016

F1’s commitment to innovation is so great that it probably comes as no surprise that other industries can learn a thing or two from the way it operates – particularly how teams use connectivity and data to get a competitive edge.

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