GPS Car Tracking
Tools for actively managing the use of your cars and trucks.
Under our standard GPS car tracking plan, cars when moving, report location and speed every 2 minutes, when stationary, they report every hour. Additional reports include ignition changes, 5 / 10 minute idle. Other reporting intervals are available.
Track Ignition On/Off
Ignition data is used to calculate excessive idle, runtime, stop begin and end times - all viewable on our extensive reports. Ignition changes can also trigger email alerts.
Vehicle speed is displayed on route map pop-ups and on general and speed specific reports. Speeds above pre-set threshold can also trigger email alerts.
To identify the location of a stopped vehicle, we display the nearest street address on maps and reports. You can also 'landmark' a location on the map with an electronic push-pin.
Virtual fences, or geofences, lets you define an area that a car shouldn't leave or enter. When we detect the trigger, we can send an email. Useful in verifying payroll times and moonlighting.
Visualize on a Map
A powerful feature of all gps car tracking systems is the display of the car and its driving history on a map. Our state-of-the-art maps make it easy to zoom in and identify location visually.
GPS car tracking devices are accurate to +/- 20 feet. Some devices, if physically idle in one place for an extended time, may show some drift, but this is normal.
GPS Car Tracking devices are available in two versions: installed and plug & play. Installed devices are hidden under the dash and permanently wired. Many customers self install with our easy to follow instructions, but we can also recommend certified installers in your area. Plug & play trackers are simply plugged into the vehicle's OBD-II socket.