VIDEO: Why do brokers want to track me and should I let them?

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Unless you’re a new driver, you’ve probably been asked by a broker to be tracked while hauling a load. Is this an invasion of your privacy or simply a normal business practice when you’re entrusted with potentially thousand of dollars worth of merchandise.

In this video, you’ll hear from experienced drivers who share how they feel about being tracked — and from brokers who explain why tracking is necessary.

Download DAT’s load tracking app, DAT OnTime, and be ready when a broker requires tracking

In this video, you’ll hear from:

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