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Roadnet ® Telematics. 2 Value Proposition Roadnet Telematics ► Cost Savings and Revenue Growth Through: ► Fleet Health and Maintenance ► Risk and Safety.

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1 Roadnet ® Telematics

2 2 Value Proposition Roadnet Telematics ► Cost Savings and Revenue Growth Through: ► Fleet Health and Maintenance ► Risk and Safety Management ► Productivity ► Compliance

3 3 The Value of Telematics ► Fleet Health ► Better lease management ► Reducing preventative maintenance costs ► Increasing green initiative awareness ► Risk and Safety Management ► Decreasing cost of claims ► Understanding how vehicles are driven ► Compliance with safety procedures ► Better driver risk profiling In best in class companies claims are as low as 2% of revenue Roadnet Telematics

4 4 IFTA compliance costs about $400/ vehicle each year The Value of Telematics ► Productivity ► Increase vehicle in-service days ► Decrease costs based on out of service ► Compliance ► Eliminate manually compiling fuel tax data ► Reduce administrative time Roadnet Telematics

5 5 ► Technology Interacting with Drivers ► Total solution that includes ► Go4 Device ► Checkmate server-side hosted software ► Wireless data transmission ► Monitor: ► Engine Diagnostics ► Driver Behavior Management ► Fuel Management Roadnet Telematics

6 6 GO4 - Telematics Device ► Easy Installation with EZ harness – 1 part for most makes ► Patented GPS logging ► 3-axis accelerometer ► 30,000 event log record memory, 100 minute accident memory ► Supports auto and truck engine data (J1708/J1939, OBD, CANBUS) ► Daily battery health and location heartbeat ► 8 true/false sensor connections ► Serial option for third party connections ► Supports Driver ID and Immobilization ► In-vehicle buzzer driver alert (ex: seatbelt, speed, idling, RPMs) ► Fully Software Supported: Over The Air Updates, Gateway ► Software Development Kit supports integration Roadnet Telematics

7 7 Checkmate Software ► Hosted application ► Streamlined user interface ► Excel ® - base reporting engine ► Multiple map views ► Real-time updates Roadnet Telematics

8 8 Checkmate Software Features ► Custom security clearance levels ► Create custom alerts and notification events ► Engine faults ► Driver behavior ► Reporting engine including custom reporting ► Drill down for precise event reconstruction ► Customer and custom zone creation ► Custom grouping capabilities ► Driver congregation reporting ► Fuel tax mileage calculation Roadnet Telematics

9 9 Precise Reconstruction of Events Aerial map view assists put incidents in perspective Roadnet Telematics

10 10 Precise Reconstruction of Events Systems correctly captures date, time, location, driving behavior, seat belt usage – data that powers reports and event notices Roadnet Telematics

11 11 Preventative Maintenance Reminders Roadnet Telematics

12 12 IFTA ► Automate accurate recording of miles driven per vehicle per State ► Combine the mileage data with your fuel procurement system to prepare IFTA filings Roadnet Telematics

13 13 It’s about…. Technology Interacting With Drivers In-vehicle alerts enable the device to be used as a tool that works with drivers to assist them to achieve their safety and ‘green’ objectives Roadnet Telematics

14 14 Driving Habits ► Avoid quick starts and aggressive driving ► A smooth, steady speed saves gasoline and reduces wear and tear on the engine, tires, transmission and brakes. ► Aggressive driving and quick starts increase fuel consumption by as much as 39%. ► Only 2 ½ minutes are saved for every hour driving aggressively Roadnet Telematics

15 15 In-vehicle buzzer immediately let’s the driver know when they have exceeded an aggressive RPM threshold Speed doesn’t increases slowly as RPMs over-rev Driver Behavior Modifications Roadnet Telematics

16 16 Driver Behavior Modifications ► Shut Off The Engine At Stops ► Engine idling is the lowest hanging fruit for fleets ► Fleets that are non – PTO or exclude PTO should aspire to have idle time that is less than 10% of route time ► Fleets can get as low as 3% ► 10 seconds of idling uses more fuel that shutting off and turning back on an engine Roadnet Telematics

17 17 Idling alert works for all makes, models and years of vehicle Set it for 3, 5, ? minutes custom tailored to your business Overcomes driver habit to “Neutralize” other engine inhibiting options Roadnet Telematics Driver Behavior Modifications

18 18 Driver Behavior Modifications ► Slow down! ► Fuel economy decreases about 1.5% for each mph over 50 ► Driving 55 mph vs. 65 mph increases fuel economy by about 15% ► Excess speed is one of the largest contributors to personal injury claims Roadnet Telematics

19 19 Speed Warning Buzzer lets driver know approaching the upper speed limit At limit Buzzer triggers and stays on until driver slows Roadnet Telematics Driver Behavior Modifications

20 20 Driver Behavior Modifications ► Preventative Maintenance is everything ► A misfiring spark plug can reduce fuel efficiency by as much as 30% ► Well maintained vehicles saves money, reduces harmful emissions and enables proper scheduling of assets/reducing roadside assistance Roadnet Telematics

21 21 Check Engine “light” lets fleet managers centrally manage vehicles and plan maintenance Sampling vehicle health using ‘Green Thresholds’ for fuel rich or lean enables better predictive maintenance Sampling Battery Volts and Amps in hybrids allows daily electrical health. Roadnet Telematics Driver Behavior Modifications

22 22 Telematics Results Roadnet Telematics

23 23 CLAIMS INCIDENTS vehicles tracked Results: After focusing internally in risk areas including after hours use policy, work comp claims investigation, speed, and aggressive driving behaviors, an average annual $1,277 cost is realized GPS and in-vehicle speed alert Human Resources Actively Reinforcing Policy Results: Claims Cost Reduction Roadnet Telematics

24 24 Results: Idle times went from 1 hr 20 min of idling per vehicle per day to less than 10 min saving one gallon of fuel per day Results: Engine Idling Reduction Roadnet Telematics

25 25 In-vehicle Speed Alert Deployed Results: Drivers averaging almost 25 minutes / vehicle per day above the speed limit Now averaging less than 3 minutes Assists in annual MVR results Results: Speeding Reduction Roadnet Telematics

26 26 SEATBELT OFF WHILE DRIVING SPEED INCIDENT > 75MPH Results: Improved Personal Safety Roadnet Telematics

27 27 Focus on Fuel and Vehicle Health ► Reading the Fuel Level enables: ► Fuel Purchased ► Volume ► Date/time of fuel up ► Helps calculate MPG when combined with miles driven Roadnet Telematics

28 28 Sat Jan 17 10:30PM Below 11/5V First Alert Sun Jan 18 10:30PM Below 10V Next Alert Mon Jan 19 3:30PM Below 8V Will Need Jumpstart Tues Jan 20 8:10AM Gets Jumpstart Focus on Battery Health Battery Health Monitor ► After fuel, jumpstarts and battery health represent one of the highest costs in operating a vehicle ► Battery heartbeat is recorded hourly through day and night ► Transmitted every 6 hours when parked Roadnet Telematics

29 29 Active Faults and Thresholds Roadnet Telematics

30 30 Saving with Telematics ► Fuel ► Decrease miles driven ► Reduce fuel consumed from idling and speeding ► Hours ► Reduce windshield time ► Increase customer time ► Reduce office time ► Safety ► Reduce workers comp ► Reduce driving accidents/damage claims ► Fleet Utilization ► Reduce the number of spare vehicles needed ► Keep fleet on the road Roadnet Telematics

31 31 Case Studies – Insurance Claims ► Objective: ► Reduce risk claims from 8% of revenue to < 2% ► Solution: ► Closely monitor driving behaviours: ► Speeding ► after hours use ► seat belt use ► engine idling ► harsh braking ► Results: ► $10 million+ annual savings from claims reduction ► $3 million+ annual fuel savings from 15 million mile reduction ► $100 million+ annual increase in revenue without increasing fleet size Roadnet Telematics

32 32 Case Study – Fuel Expense ► Objective: ► To reduce fuel expense by reducing miles driven and engine idling ► Solution: ► Integrate with routing package ► Monitor and eliminate personal trips ► Implement anti-idling rule (5 minutes) ► Results: ► 11% Mileage reduction – equipment at 8 mpg ► 40 miles reduced weekly Roadnet Telematics

33 33 Case Study – Customer Time ► Objective: ► To improve sales revenue through positive tools for field sales personnel ► Solution: ► Monitor key performance areas ► morning departure time ► total driving time (% of time during the day) ► total customer time ► weekly office time ► afternoon return to home time ► Results: ► 20% growth in gross revenue, ► 4% growth in sales bonuses paid ► Customer satisfaction index > 80% Roadnet Telematics

34 34 Time Return on Investment Low Hanging Fruit (High ROI – Fast Time-to-Benefit) Difficult But Profitable (High ROI – Slow Time-to-Benefit) Quick Fix (Low ROI – Fast Time-to-Benefit) Painfully Slow (Low ROI – Slow Time-to-Benefit) ► Routing & Scheduling Software ► Strategic Transportation Planning ► Telematics ► Purchase / Lease Trucks ► Warehouse Equipment ► Discount Products ► Host System Upgrades ► Additional Computer Hardware ► Upgrade Trucks (Tires, Exhaust) ► Sales Automation Software / Hardware ► Warehousing Software ► Handhelds / Execution Software ► Acquiring a New Company ► New Warehouse ► New Host System Time to Benefit Matrix

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