With the EV features in Webfleet, fleet managers can: get insights into the battery levels of their electric vehicles; see the remaining driving range; get information on real-time charging status; see the remaining charging time of their EV at all times.
A fleet manager can use the remaining driving distance, for example, when planning a sequence of orders or choosing a vehicle for a job. Beverley Wise, sales director UK & Ireland of Webfleet Solutions, says: “By knowing exactly how much charge a vehicle has and how far it needs to travel, fleet managers can avoid higher charging costs during peak time or waiting in line for charging.”
The EV management tools are part of the new release of Webfleet version 3.10.
In addition, the new version also offers enhanced features to help fleet managers in their day-to-day business, including a new road type usage report. The report gives insights into how a selected vehicle was used with the distance driven per road type and can help to decide for the best tyre types for respective vehicles.
The company, which was acquired by Bridgestone last year, has also published an e-book on the subject, available for download via www.is.gd/netibi.