Fleet Reminders

Maintenance is the key to lower downtime and expenses and significantly increasing profit.

Reduce unscheduled shutdowns and increase vehicle lifespan

Improve fleet performance & efficiency

Your key to lower downtimeand expenses 


Highlights of Fleet Reminders

Maintenance Reminder

With maintenance reminders, fleet managers can significantly schedule and track vehicle maintenance tasks to ensure that their fleet is always in top condition. Reminders can be set- Based on Mileage: When a vehicle reaches a specific mileage threshold. Moreover, these reminders prompt fleet managers to schedule and perform routine maintenance tasks. Based on Engine Hours: When a vehicle’s engine has operated for a specific number of hours. These reminders prompt fleet managers to schedule and perform routine maintenance. Based on Time: When a specific duration of time has elapsed since the last maintenance task or a particular date has been reached. These reminders prompt fleet managers or drivers to schedule or perform routine maintenance tasks.

Renewal Reminders

Renewal reminders play a crucial role in alerting fleet managers to important renewal dates, such as licenses, permits, registrations, and other documents necessary to legally operate vehicles. Consequently, these reminders assist fleet managers in ensuring ongoing compliance with regulatory requirements. Additionally, they help in avoiding fines or penalties that may arise due to lapses in documentation. Ultimately, these reminders contribute to the maintenance of operating authority for fleet managers.

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Reducing Vehicle Downtime

Maintenance ensures that vehicles are operating at optimal performance levels, reducing the risk of unplanned downtime due to mechanical issues.

Increasing Vehicle Lifespan

Regular maintenance helps to extend the lifespan of the vehicles by addressing minor issues before they turn into major problems.

Customizable Alerts

You can set up alerts based on a range of parameters such as mileage, time, or usage, and schedule maintenance according to the specific need of your fleet.

Automated Notifications

The software sends automated notifications to fleet managers when a maintenance task is due or overdue, reducing the risk of missed appointments and ensuring that vehicles receive timely attention.

Reminder Status Report

This report provides a summary of various reminders and tasks. It includes details such as the type of reminder, previous reminder date, remaining days or distance until the task is due, remaining engine hours, etc.

Acknowledgement History Report

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the reminders issued to drivers or personnel and their subsequent acknowledgment or completion status.

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Use Cases

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Questions to ask before you invest

Our platform helps users keep track of when their vehicles are due for maintenance. Here’s how it works:
Setting maintenance schedules: Users can set maintenance schedules for their vehicles, specifying the type of maintenance required (such as oil changes or tire rotations), the frequency of the maintenance, and any other relevant details.
Monitoring vehicle usage: The GPS tracking system constantly monitors the usage of each vehicle, tracking factors such as mileage, engine hours, and fuel consumption.
Triggering maintenance reminders: When a vehicle reaches a predefined threshold for a maintenance task (such as hitting a certain mileage or engine hour limit), the platform will trigger a maintenance reminder. The reminder may be sent as an email, SMS, or other type of notification to the user.
Marking tasks as completed: Users can mark maintenance tasks as completed once they have been performed, which will update the platform’s records and reset the maintenance schedule for that task.
We at Uffizio offer various reports such as-
Maintenance Schedule Report: This report provides an overview of all scheduled maintenance tasks for each vehicle, including the type of maintenance, the frequency, and the date of the next scheduled task.
Maintenance History Report: This report provides a detailed record of all maintenance tasks that have been performed on each vehicle, including the date, type of maintenance, and any notes or comments related to the task.
Vehicle Health Report: This report provides an overview of the health of each vehicle in the fleet, including any active maintenance tasks, engine faults, and other issues that may require attention.
Fuel Consumption Report: This report provides insights into the fuel consumption of each vehicle, helping users identify any vehicles that may be consuming more fuel than expected, which may be an indication of maintenance issues.
Vehicle Utilization Report: This report provides insights into how each vehicle in the fleet is being used, including metrics such as mileage, engine hours, and idle time. This information can help users identify vehicles that may require maintenance due to heavy usage.
Yes, wavestechx’s GPS tracking platform allows users to customize maintenance alerts to suit their specific needs. Users can set up maintenance alerts based on various criteria, such as mileage, engine hours, or time elapsed since the last maintenance task was performed. They can also set up multiple alerts for different types of maintenance tasks, such as oil changes, tire rotations, or brake inspections.
Our platform allows users to set maintenance alerts in various ways, based on different criteria such as time, distance, engine hours, and other factors. Here are some of the ways in which maintenance alerts can be set:
Time-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on a specific time interval, such as every 3 months or every 6 months, to remind them when maintenance tasks are due.
Distance-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on the distance traveled by the vehicle, such as every 10,000 kilometers or every 5,000 miles.
Engine hours-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on the number of hours the engine has been running, which can be a useful metric for vehicles that are driven for long periods without covering much distance, such as generators or stationary equipment.
Usage-based alerts: Users can set alerts based on other usage factors, such as the number of stops made by the vehicle or the amount of time spent idling.
Customized alerts: Users can customize alerts to suit their specific needs, such as setting up alerts for specific maintenance tasks or creating unique combinations of time, distance, and engine hour-based triggers.