A vehicle tracking device is a GPS navigation system carried by a vehicle to track its movements and determine its location. The recorded location data is then transmitted to the internet connected device. This allows the location to be displayed in real-time or when analysing the data later, using RAM Tracking.
When it comes to vehicle tracking devices, there are two main types - hardwired vehicle tracking devices that require a three-wire connection and plug-n-play (PNP) devices that connect directly to the OBD-II port.
These units are installed covertly into a vehicle and are tamper-proof. They connect to both the battery and a vehicle's ignition allow precise and detailed ignition state readings.
These units are self-installed, they plug directly into a vehicles OBD-2 port. They are designed to be flexible and robust for businesses that often change their fleet of vehicles.
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