What happens if a GPS tracking device or dashcam has a problem?

It’s a rare occurrence but you may have a technical problem with your GPS tracking device or your dashcam. When this happens you may wonder if GPS Trackit support can see the problem remotely. Actually, there are so many tracking devices and dashcams in the field that this would be difficult.

Who should you contact for help with a GPS tracking device or dashcam?

If you notice that a GPS tracker or dashcam has stopped working, please email [email protected] or call 866-320-5810.

You can now access a fully-integrated marketplace with carefully selected 3rd party solutions within the GPS Trackit product portal. With a few clicks, you can discover, try, buy and access innovative solutions to help you achieve your fleet management goals. And now, you can get these solutions at a discounted price!

Here are the types of resources available through the GPS Trackit Marketplace:

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GPS Trackit Improves Map View to Help Customers

The developer team at GPS Trackit works hard to make the Fleet Management platform easier for customers to use. Lately they’ve launched two new improvements that make it easier to locate your fleet vehicles on the map. 

These new improvements are helpful when you have many fleet vehicles visible on the same map view. Read More

Chicago Bank Slips GPS Tracker into Stolen Cash Bag


Have you ever looked at your monthly bank statement and wondered where all the money went? Maybe you could try the successful strategy used by the Chicago Police Department and a local bank. A GPS tracking device was placed inside a bag of stolen cash leading to the quick apprehension of the suspect. When a northwest suburban bank was robbed, police were able to follow the escape vehicle from 12,550 feet, and the stolen money. Read More

GPS tracking uses GPS to determine positions based on a Global Positioning System. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a group of 27 Earth-orbiting satellites (24 in operation and three extras in case one fails). When people talk about a “GPS,” they usually mean a GPS receiver. The U.S. military developed and implemented this satellite network as a military navigation system but now lets everyone use the signals. >> Continue Reading

Monitoring vehicle activity and driver behavior are not the only functions of your GPS tracking system. If you work in an industry that has power take off (PTO) events, then you can benefit from monitoring them as well. Imagine how you could improve your business if you knew how often certain equipment was operated. This type of insight into your daily operations can help you increase profits and streamline your business. >> Continue Reading

Many small businesses think that they can’t afford GPS tracking, or that they don’t need it because they only have a few vehicles. Both of these common misconceptions can be quickly dispelled when you think about the many benefits that a GPS tracking system provides. The return on your investment more than makes up for the cost of the system, and you also get more intangible benefits such as a better customer experience and an edge over your competition. >> Continue Reading

Precision and timing are of the utmost importance when it comes to responding to medical emergencies. The utilization of ambulance GPS vehicle tracking systems eliminates the inefficiency of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) dispatch and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) volleying back and forth while trying to get vital assistance to the scene of the emergency. >> Continue Reading