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Green Ride Global Provides Second Set Of Eyes To Monitor Metrics

Posted on July 5, 2011

TORONTO — Green Ride Global has launched a new service called Eyes-On-Board for new and existing members. The service is designed to closely monitor fuel purchases and distance-traveled metrics to ensure maximum vehicle efficiency. Operators who do not have the time or resources to keep an eye on these metrics can now depend on GRG for comprehensive reporting and analysis.

All Green Ride Global members will receive the following benefits:


  • Vehicle-by-vehicle MPG data
  • Fuel theft detection
  • GPS threshold monitoring
  • Comprehensive monthly reporting
  • Cost savings


The Eyes-On-Board initiative is a natural extension of the services of environmental accountability and carbon emissions reporting, said Justin Raymond, President & CEO of Green Ride Global, in a statement. “In this time of rising fuel prices, operators cannot afford to lose sight of their expenditures.”

Green Ride Global works directly with fleet managers to ensure the correct policies, procedures and processes are in place. Operators that already monitor their chauffeurs through GPS can use Green Ride Global as a second set of eyes on this data.  

Source: Green Ride Global

Related Topics: fuel management, GPS, Green Ride Global, trip tracking

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