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Our 4G Plug & Play devices are easy to install. There are no wires, and you don't need any te...
Our 4G Plug & Play devices are easy to install. There are no wires, and you don't need any technical experience with cars to install them. If you have a vehicle that's made after 2000 or a light or medium truck built after 2014 you probably have the OBD port as standard. Even if your vehicle or truck doesn't have the OBD port we can offer a hardwired connector that can be connected to the vehicles power supply which the GPS tracker will connect onto. Watch the video to see the straightfor...
Why would I need to have an OBD-II Y Cable? The first reason would be that your OBD-II port is i...
Why would I need to have an OBD-II Y Cable? The first reason would be that your OBD-II port is in a location that might be in the way of the driver's legs and could damage the plug and play GPS tracker. The second reason could be that you may want to put the GPS tracker in a more secure location, but make the spare OBD-II port available for your car service. And thirdly anyone looking for a tracker in your vehicle would see a regular OBD-II plug with nothing connected to it and automatical...
Montior the speed of your drivers using
Australian Speed Limits
Montior your drivers behaviors
and what their driving style is
Get a detailed report on each trip
a vehicle makes
See how much each trip is costing you
using live fuel prices
Have the information on when your vehicles
are coming up for servicing
Review specific activity, daily routes and
stops, and a summary of activity at a key
Stay current on what's occurring with live
mapping of your driver's real-time positions
Replay the activity of your vehicles in a
breadcrumb view for the 3 months
A recent survey of small to medium-sized company fleets applying GPS fleet tracking reported considerable gains in: