One of the industry leaders in Fleet Tracking Systems ‘Quartix’ have just announced that they are due to launch a ‘pay as you go’ product for the ever increasing tracking industry.
It has recently been reported that an avid campaigner against parking fines and endorsements has created a vehicle tracking system that can put a stop to unnecessary and unavoidable parking fines.
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If you have less than 18 months outstanding on the contract for your current vehicle tracking system then this is for you. By upgrading your tracking system you can reduce your monthly tracking cost by up to 20% and you can benefit from the latest developments in vehicle tracking.
When buying a vehicle tracking system it is important to make sure you you ask the right questions and get the right information about the system you are buying and the company you have chosen.
With today’s market as it is and businesses struggling to remain afloat, the recession really is proving to be taking hold. Although with all the talk of Credit Crunch and redundancy upon us there seems there are still ways of reducing costs and increasing profits.
Back in 2005, It was been reported that GPS for data acquisition technology could provide Williams with an advantage over conventional satellite positioning used by other teams.
Police cars are now coming equipped with GPS tracking devices in order to thwart crimes and bring the thieves to justice. The ACPO or Association of Chief Police Offices came up with the idea for the Police Response Systems that they have in their vehicles.
GPS tracking devices can provide a great deal of information to the user. If you want to know more of what they can offer you consider the examples we have provided below. These examples provide you with information to help you choose the right system for your personal vehicle or fleet.