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Current Vehicle location
Know the current location of your vehicle at anytime




Safety Zones
receive alerts via text and/or email when a vehicle enters or leaves a virtual safety zone





Location History
Provides vehicle location history for the past hour, day or week




Teen Drivers
Know when a teen driver has reach and/or left their destination, and know their current location
 
 
   
GPS Tracking
GPS tracking systems are popular with fleet managers who need to know the location of livery and delivery vehicles throughout the day. If you manage even a small fleet of vehicles for your family or your business you may find GPS tracking systems helpful.

GPS tracking can be a useful add-on to a security alarm system that can help the police find and recover your vehicle if it is stolen.

There are two basic kinds of vehicle tracking systems: active and passive. A passive system uses a GPS receiver to record the location of a vehicle as it is driven. Once the route is completed, the tracker can be removed and the data downloaded to a computer for viewing and analysis. The data can include the route, average or instantaneous speed, the location of stops and the opening and closing of doors. This can be helpful in making future routing changes to increase efficiency and to keep track of employee whereabouts.

An active system monitors the same activities and information. Instead of the data being available only upon arrival at the destination, the data is transmitted via satellite or over a cellular network to a computer or a smartphone in real time. This can be useful for dispatch of an employee already in route or as a way to keep track of drivers for safety reasons. Both systems can help to locate a stolen vehicle.

Some GPS tracking systems may be designed to work in conjunction with a GPS navigation device, or a security alarm. Your local expert can suggest a system that incorporates any or all of the security and convenience features you may find useful.

About three years ago I took my car to "Good" Vibrations to get a system installed by their "certified" technicians. My cost with all my purchases + installation was a little over a thousand dollars. When I got in my car after they were done, I turned the system on but to my disappointment, there was a god awful wining sound coming from all of my speakers, so I unhooked my amp and hooked it back up to see if maybe it was just a bad connection but the interference persisted. When I took it back to "good" vibrations to have them fix it, they informed me that I voided my warranty because I unhooked my amp so they wouldn't do anything to fix THEIR mistake!! But they also told me that it's really not that bad, cause you can't hear the wining sound if you just turn the music up.....WOW is all i could say. So 3 years of boycotting car audio installation businesses, I broke down and decided to take it into Pro Auto to at least have it diagnosed. They got me in the same day and in less than an hour, Joe Anderson not only told me what the problem was, but he fixed it... For the low price of $30!!!! Im thinking about having some bumper stickers made that say No Good Vibrations!!!! Thanks Pro Auto!!!! And thanks Joe Anderson!!!

Posted By: Franki

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