OBD tracking devices are Plug & Play and often called EASY TRACKERS.
The device plugs into a vehicle’s OBD-II port for easy installation. The OBD-II tracker can be fitted within seconds and you can start tracking immediately.
OBD tracker can be used in any car or van manufactured after 1996. Companies use this unit for fleet management too; track objects in real time, get specific notifications, to generate reports and much more. While families can use this GPS Tracker to see vehicle location, identify unsafe driving such as rapid acceleration, harsh braking or speeding. OBD Vehicle Tracker can protect your car from being stolen, with various alarms or ability to shut down the engine remotely in case the vehicle is stolen. An OBD II (OBD 2) GPS Vehicle Tracker can read data from a vehicle’s onboard PC, the device also has Jamming detection and Excessive Idling detection features. These features make these trackers excellent for fleet businesses. Installing an OBD II GPS tracking device is as easy as 3 simple steps; Locate the OBD II connector, Plug the device to OBD II port, register on GPSLive, and start tracking your device. In addition to the prominent features above, OBD port trackers also offer a whole host of advanced features such as SMS movement alerts, overspeed alert, SOS alerts and geo-fencing just to name a few