Because they use satellite technology, you can access their location data from anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
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.
Here are the types of resources available through the GPS Trackit Marketplace:
We are excited to introduce you to GPS TrackIt’s Learning Lab, an on-demand video library featuring modules to help you navigate your GPS platform. You can browse through several bite-sized videos and learn how to maximize your usage and explore new features.
How Georgia Federal Agencies and Police Use GPS Tracking
Using GPS to Locate Criminals and Gather Evidence
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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
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Gas Theft and Fleet Fuel Fraud Up with Higher Gas Prices
Former employee Lindim Asipi of Waterbury, Connecticut is currently awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to wire fraud in his theft of funds from the United States Postal Service. He faces a maximum sentence of 20 years. According to Leonard Boyole, acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut, “Asipi was a motor vehicle service driver for the USPS based in Waterbury, and the USPS provided Asipi with a fleet credit card that enabled him to purchase fuel. Read More