Cellular and Satellite
Protect Your Assets
We have more than ten years of experience providing GPS tracking systems for all types of businesses - large and small - with dedicated account managers and NO CONTRACTS.
Monitor and manage your entire vehicle fleet with our easy-to-use gps fleet tracking system.
Protect all of your construction assets by tracking their location and preventing unauthorized use.
Locate the nearest vehicle to a job site as well as 2-way instant messaging with your drivers.
Fleet tracking let’s you keep a precise Electronic record of your drivers’ hours of service.
We will never lock you in to a multiple year deal
You can monitor your vehicle fleet from anywhere
We do not purge or archive your fleet’s data reports
Give your drivers the ultimate sense of security while they are on the road. Our trackers come with roadside assistance benefits such as vehicle towing, flat tire and battery service plus more!
Our vehicle maintenance costs have gone down drastically with GPS, and we have eliminated side trips that our drivers used to make ENTIRELY.
One of our vehicles was stolen and the power cable to the tracker unit was cut, but the backup battery kicked in and the authorities got our trucks back.
Some drivers were spending an hour or so at fuel stops. Now it’s about 20 minutes on average. The savings on this alone has paid for the units themselves.
September 11th, 2015|0 Comments
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April 24th, 2015|0 Comments
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April 10th, 2015|0 Comments
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April 1st, 2015|0 Comments
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