Your integrated hardware and software vehicle fleet management solution.
EROAD will deliver the confidence you need to manage compliance and driver safety, operate a more efficient fleet, and reduce the running costs of your company vehicles.
Our hardware provides you with a highly accurate view of driver behaviour. It records, stores and continuously transmits encrypted data via the cellular network; capturing distance, location, route and a variety of additional operational data from each vehicle.
Real-time dashboard advice makes monitoring drivers' speed, sharp cornering and harsh braking easy. You'll be able to identify areas for driver improvement at an individual and fleet level.
Access a wide range of reports to show you at a glance the state of your fleet, including WOF, Rego and RUC status.
Driver-specific feedback and leader boards help you create a culture of safety across your fleet, minimising risks.
Using real time data in a format that is easy to implement and monitor, you can clearly see how individual drivers are performing and identify driving hazardous behaviours. EROAD helps you minimise risks and create a culture of better, safer driving.
"We've seen a 100% reduction in speed events since installing EROAD and zero notifiable incidents"
Brad Courtney, Fleet Manager, HRV
"We have a no-tolerance approach to speeding, but without this system you've got no way to learn about driver behaviour other than getting a ticket in the mail."
David Walker, Fleet Coordinator, City Parks Services
"I can look at my team's calendars, they're at the address they should be, and yes, they've left the address so I know they're safe."
Rob Nordstrom, CEO, Rubicon Alcohol and Drug/CEP, Support Service for Youth, Whangarei
EROAD Drive Buddy
EROAD Driver Insight Report
EROAD Driver Login
EROAD Driver Safety Report
EROAD Over Speed Dashboard
EROAD Virtual Speed Camera
EROAD Max Speed Alert
Have a chat with one of our friendly team who are ready to answer any of your questions and show you how easy EROAD is to use.
*EROAD study, June 2016, across 1344 organisations
**the numbers contained herein are accurate and up-to-date as of March 2017