Purchased one for my car, now got another couple for my bikes!
OBD GPS tracker is perfect for light trucks, vans, cars and other car derived vehicles manufactured after 1996 that feature an OBD-II port and providing great GPS tracking and a host of other features: unsafe driving alerts, geofencing, real-time location tracking, and way more!
This self-install GPS tracker that includes a SIM card and service work right across the UK & Europe. Track your vehicle in real-time and get alerts when your vehicle enters and/or exits certain areas. Unlike some other products, this tracker offers powerful, any-shape geofences, simply draw on a map to define your own areas of interest. You can also set up driving alerts for speeding, rapid acceleration, harsh braking, and severe cornering, etc. These notifications are sent directly to your Android/iOS devices and desktop/laptop.
Simply locate your OBD socket and plug the tracker in and you are ready to go! Our team of experts has managed to fit a GPS/GNSS receiver, GSM module, Mobile internet, and Accelerometer (Theft & Crash detection) into this compact device.
Get real-time alerts when your Engine Management light comes on and find out what trouble codes are logged, set up the engine revs and coolant temperature thresholds and more!
Set up distance or time-based reminders for your vehicle, we'll remind you via your phone or email and record who completed the check, great for classic cars, work vehicles and more!
If we detect a major crash event, you can configure a number of contacts to alert, they'll receive a real-time notification and be able to track your vehicle and make sure you are ok. Great for lone workers!
You can share your current location, live location, trip or set of trips with your friends and via social networks quickly and easily, fantastic for road trips, expense claims and group rides!
Reporting is built-in, make reports on trips, expenses, and more, you can even schedule regular reports that are emailed directly to your inbox. Each driver will also receive regular feedback on their recent driving, it's up to you if you read it though!
Our developers are constantly developing new features that are made available to all active users and you can always contact our UK based Support team via phone or online chat for help.
OBD port must support one of the following protocols to work with this device, these are common to cars and car derived vehicles (eg vans and light-trucks), but heavy goods vehicles and other none-car derived ECUs may not provide additional data such as RPM even when an OBD socket is present.