We recommend Geotab, the GPS tracking service utilized by companies like Pepsico, Advanced Auto Parts, Orkin, BP, AutoZone and more.
Geotab offers a wide variety of products and add-ons to fit the needs of any business.
A small, plug-and-play device that tracks the location, speed, and fuel consumption of a vehicle.
A web-based platform that allows fleet managers to view vehicle data, create reports, and set up alerts.
A mobile app that allows drivers to track their own driving habits and receive feedback on their performance.
A collection of third-party apps that integrate with MyGeotab to provide additional functionality, such as electronic logging, compliance reporting, and fuel card integration.
The installation of the Geotab GO device is straightforward and doesn't require any additional antenna or wire-splicing. The device can be easily plugged into the OBD II port of a vehicle.
GPS fleet tracking systems use GPS technology to determine the location of a vehicle, and other sensors such as accelerometers and engine diagnostics to gather data on the vehicle's speed, fuel consumption, and other performance metrics.
GPS fleet tracking can help fleet managers to improve vehicle utilization, reduce fuel costs, improve driver safety, and increase overall efficiency.
Yes, most GPS fleet tracking systems provide real-time tracking and updates on the location and status of vehicles in a fleet.
GPS fleet tracking systems do not affect the performance of vehicles and are designed to be unobtrusive and have minimal impact on the vehicle's battery.