These are GPS Car Trackers
GPS car tracking devices vary, but generally they are no bigger than a deck of cards. Install it under the dashboard, connect it to power, and now, you are in control.
Choosing a GPS Car Tracking Device
OBD-II gps car trackers are great for employee owned vehicles, rotating drivers or in situations where installation is difficult. This vehicle tracking device plugs into the OBD-II port, usually found on all vehicles under or near the steering wheel.
An added advantage of this car tracker is that it sends some key engine data to our servers, including: fuel load, VIN, and error codes. (By the way: OBD-II is short for on-board diagnostic port, and is used by mechanics to analyze the car’s engine.
Installed car trackers are less likely to be tampered with. This class of vehicle tracking devices are hidden up under the dashboard and out of reach of drivers. Installation is a three wire hookup, similar to a car stereo.
Installed gps tracking devices also offer features like PTO/Auxiliary inputs to allow tracking of on/off state of custom equipment.