• In the Business world GPS trackers have quickly become an indispensable business tool.


    Delivery services, like UPS and FedEx, use GPS tracking to provide customers with reliable, up-to-date delivery information. Public transportation services utilize GPS trackers to keep drivers on schedule. And logistics companies that handle large fleets rely on these trackers to monitor their drivers and valuable assets.

    A company that includes GPS tracking as part of its daily fleet management will see a significant improvement in efficiency, and they’ll see it quickly. GPS trackers can help reduce mileage for local fleets by as many 10 Kms per week, per vehicle. That equals huge savings for a sizable fleet. By reducing mileage, logistics companies can also cut back on driver overtime.
    Additionally, GPS tracking can help reduce drivers’ excessive stops by analyzing route efficiency and helping managers suggest improvements. But there’s a lot more to gain from GPS tracking than savings.

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  • Car Alarms are a thing of the past. Ensure your car is safe with an plug-in GPS Car Tracker. This mini tracker is plugged into your existing OBD port which is installed on every vehicle from 1996 onwards. It makes installing very easy just plug and play requiring no complicated wiring. The OBD port is usually located in the front of the car underneath the dash beside the clutch, brake and accelerator pedals.

    If the car is moved even slightly it will alert your phone with an app notification. If the tracker is unplugged it will alert your phone with an app notification. If the car goes over a predefined speed it will alert your phone with an app notification. When you purchase this tracker it comes with a SIM card already installed powered up and ready to go. The SIM card comes with free credit to last 12 months based on average mileage and three minute position upload intervals. You can even track it coming towards you in the post. After 12 months you can add credit to your SIM for a small fee of €35 and this will last another 12 months.

    As well as acting as a covert car alarm it also tracks the car if it is stolen allowing you to catch the thief while recovering your car. Insurance business are finally reducing premiums (in some cases up to 40%) where a Munster GPS tracker is installed. It makes sense as it virtually eliminates car theft.

    The Manufacturer provides free access to the phone app and desktop web portal. It is simple to use. All you do is download an app and we send you the login details. Once the tracker is plugged into the OBD port you can start tracking immediately. It also has a historical tracking feature which allows you to replay a route the vehicle took on a given day in the past (up to 6 months).

    Most importantly this tracker works throughout UK and Europe at no extra cost. There are no further charges or ongoing fees for the initial 12 months. Renewal is €35 for a further 12 months. Full technical support at all times.

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  • One of the most common questions I get asked is “what’s the difference between SIM and SIM free trackers”.


    For most applications I would recommend a SIM tracker as it uses the existing GSM network which reaches about 99% of the population.

    Sim-Free trackers are useful when a long battery life is essential and tracker accuracy and position upload frequency aren’t so important.

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  • You can install a GPS tracking device nearly anywhere on a car or fleet vehicle- in the front or rear bumper, wheel wells, under


    floor mats or seats, or in the glove compartment. However, for fleet tracking purposes, GPS trackers are almost always installed on the dashboard through an on board diagnostics (OBD) port.

    Originally, mechanics used OBD ports to run diagnostic reports and interface with the vehicle’s onboard computer. These same ports can also be used to give drivers real-time information on vehicle performance including fuel efficiency, temperature, airflow, speed, and more.

    OBD tracking devices are now so common that even insurance companies are using them to provide discounts to safe drivers. However, not all OBD devices are the same, and fleet managers should carefully consider the additional features before they choose a GPS fleet system.

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  • Yes and no. In the UK, you can’t place a tracking device in anyone’s car since it’s considered an invasion of privacy.


    The person you’re tracking has to give consent, and the car should be owned by you.

    That’s true even if Mum and Dad want to track a young driver in order to receive notifications in the event of a collision or incident.

    Employees using company cars can be tracked legally, since companies have a duty of care and may want to track vehicles for safety reasons.

    In short make sure you have written consent from the driver before installing a car GPS tracker in the UK.

    This is not legal advice. Please consult your legal team should you require a tracking device.

    Source: https://www.munstergps.co.uk
    Link: https://www.windandsun.ie

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