Opting-out of Verizon Connect can be completed on this webpage. When you opt-out of Verizon Connect you will no longer have access to the critical services of your connected vehicle. Review our Frequently Asked Questions before you opt-out.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What are the benefits of this service?
Verizon Connect gives vehicle owners a whole new level of visibility on what their trucks are doing, tools to manage performance and real-time maintenance alerts to minimize downtime.
Knowing more about how their trucks are being used allows fleet managers to realize significant savings on fuel, wear & tear and labor while automating compliance and improving asset utilization.
What are some other benefits of this service?
Typical savings that fleets see after implementing include:
- 25% reduction in fuel costs
- 30% drop in unproductive idling
- 10% fewer miles
- 15% cut in overtime
- 20% increase in asset utilization
- 15% jump in productivity
Source: “Benefits After Effective Deployment of Fleet Management System" Frost & Sullivan 2015.
Is this service secure?
Verizon Connect are committed to keeping all data collected as secure as possible, and continuously review our data security to make sure it is up-to-date and protected from any potential threats.
Verizon Connect use the latest firewall and intrusion technology to continuously monitor unauthorized attempts to access our systems. Our technical team accesses the application servers using encrypted communications (1024 bit public-key cryptography). Furthermore, our world-class data centers keep our systems safe and secure using extensive biometric security, video surveillance monitoring, 24×7 security staff, pre-action fire-suppression systems and water leak detection sensors.
How is my data used?
Verizon Connect data is specifically provided for your use. Verizon, the company chosen by FUSO to provide this service, will collect and store your data securely. Anonymized and aggregated data is shared with Mitsubishi FUSO Truck of America, Inc.
Your data is not shared with any other party, without your express permission.
Collected data will not be used to invalidate any vehicle warranty.
How will my drivers feel about GPS tracking?
While the use of telematics to manage fleets is becoming more common, it is possible some employees may react negatively to driving a vehicle that is being tracked. Other drivers may accept it as perfectly reasonable for company assets to be monitored during work hours.
Often how well a solution such as this is received depends on how it is deployed. See our tips on successfully introducing your team to GPS fleet tracking.