Recent News & Updates

SpeedGauge VP Insurance Services Chris Carver to Speak at American Trucking Association Annual Conference

In his recent blog post, SpeedGauge VP of Insurance Services Chris Carver noted that data now shows, second only to contextually rated mileage, the strongest potential underwriting variable for commercial auto and trucking could be the number and duration of stops per day. Chris will share insights on how telematics data can reveal certain truths to help trucking executives better understand and control their driving risks. For more details on maximizing a trucking business’s insurance premium, consider attending the upcoming session, Telematics to Differentiate Risk and Create Pricing Transparency in the Insurance Market at the 2019 NAFC Annual Conference, June 10 th in Indianapolis, IN. For more information on the conference, visit

Posted by JackLindgren on May 3rd, 2019

Congratulations to Jonathan Dudley, SpeedGauge Safe Driver Award Winner!!

Congratulations to Jonathan Dudley, SpeedGauge Safe Driver Award Winner!!

We are excited to announce that Jonathan Dudley from Robertson Electric has won the August 2018 SpeedGauge Safe Driver Award!  All drivers participating in the GaugeMyFleet 90-Day safety benchmarking program who have earned a safety score above 700 and have driven at least 100 miles are eligible for this monthly drawing.  

Commenting on Jonathan Dudley’s award, Bruce Locker, owner of Robertson Electric, noted that “The GaugeMyFleet free 90-day safety benchmarking program has been great in reminding us that, even though our business is delivering top quality electric, heating, air conditioning and plumbing services, safe driving is an important part of that mission. I think it’s helped all of our employees who drive take a closer look at how they drive and where they can improve their driving habits.  Jonathan Dudley is not only an excellent electrician, thanks to the GaugeMyFleet safety scoring system, he’s proven he is a very safety-conscious driver as well.  And, as a business owner, that’s something very reassuring and worth rewarding.”

SpeedGauge’s GaugeMyFleet free 90-day safety evaluation program is offered by insurance companies to provide a safety benchmark for Agents and their clients to use to better manage driving risk and determine coverage needs and deductibles. The essential driver coaching and performance improvement solution reduces speeding and driving risk... saving money, saving lives.

“This Safe Driver Award reflects the individual dedication to safety that Jonathan Dudley has demonstrated, as well as Robertson Electric’s commitment to a safe-driving culture for its employees and the motoring public,” noted SpeedGauge President Jonathan Hubbard.  “Congratulations to the entire team at Robertson Electric for a job well, and safely, done!”

Posted by JackLindgren on November 14th, 2018

Dale Dunaitis Awarded CTP Designation

SpeedGauge is proud to announce that Dale Dunaitis, our Director of Safety,  has received his Certified Transportation Professional (CTP) designation from the the National Private Truck Council (NPTC) for his service and contributions to the trucking fleet community.

Dale came to SpeedGauge in November 2016 - his first job in the software industry after years of using the latest trucking technologies to do his work in fleet operations. This CTP accomplishment verifies Dale’s deep understanding of how a fleet runs at its most efficient, profitable and safest level possible. With the CTP designation, Dale joins the best of the best in the transportation industry. His achievement will bring a new level of knowledge and support that will be available to SpeedGauge’s fleet customers worldwide. 

To be eligible for the CTP designation, individuals must have at least five years’ experience in a supervisory, managerial, or supplier fleet/transportation role, as well as industry engagement through continuing education, participation in transportation organizations, and on-the-job experience. New CTP’s must also pass a rigorous exam on the five core subjects of fleet management: finance, safety, human resources and legal issues, vehicle equipment and maintenance, and operations. 

“Dale’s knowledge and abilities as a safety professional impressed me when he was a SpeedGauge customer at Martin Transportation. That’s why I hired him,” says SpeedGauge CEO Jonathan Hubbard. “I am very proud of Dale’s dedication and the follow-through required to achieve the CTP designation. Dale has already brought these skills to bear at SpeedGauge to improve our product and service offerings. This accomplishment now means he can extend that expertise to our fleet customers.”

Before SpeedGauge, Dale served for 10 years as a NATMI-certified Safety Supervisor at Martin Transportation - a top-100 ranked for-hire carrier based in Michigan. Dale is also a licensed class-C driver with over one million miles logged as a commercial driver.

Posted by JackLindgren on April 25th, 2017

Announcing the SpeedGauge Safety Score

Jonathan Hubbard, CEO and Co-Founder


Have you ever wanted to know how your fleet’s safety performance compares to your competitors?


SpeedGauge is pleased to announce the beta release of SpeedGauge Safety ScoreTM, a risk-weighted score of fleet speed performance calculated on a monthly basis and provided to all SpeedGauge fleets. Log in to see you SpeedGauge Safety Score today.


The Safety Score uses a proprietary methodology developed by SpeedGauge to compare the behavior of hundreds of thousands of vehicles currently using the SpeedGauge Safety CenterTM. Available to all SpeedGauge users, the Safety Score compares fleets to others within the same country. More than a raw speeding percentage, the score allows for a reliable comparison between carriers of all sizes and types.


Where do you rank?


In addition to receiving a score on the familiar 350-850 point scale commonly found in financial credit scoring systems, SpeedGauge Safety Center subscribers will see a ranked comparison showing how their score compares to other Safety Center subscribers.


This initial beta version of the Safety Score has been released with the objective of receiving feedback and input from our Safety Center users. In particular, we are interested to know how subscribers would like to use their scores as a benchmark for improvement when compared to other like fleets. If you have a moment, please consider taking our survey to provide your feedback - it will be greatly appreciated.


Congratulations to those with the highest scores! And to those in need of improvement, we look forward to continuing to work with you to improve your scores and improve the safety of your fleet. For free, hands-on coaching and safety performance evaluations, contact and watch your score improve!

Posted by jhubbard on April 7th, 2016