GPS tracking can help you track your personal vehicles for teenage driver monitoring or car theft recovery, real-time access to vehicle and driver information for fleet management, manage assets for safety and performance, and monitor operation for usage-based insurance or car rental. Check out our Products page to learn more on what GPS tracking can do for you.
Why should I get a GPS tracking device?
How is the GPS device installed?
The ATrack AX9 is a GPS device that can be easily installed in your vehicle’s OBDII system via a simple plug and play connection, while the ATrack AK7 is professionally hardwired into the vehicle through a 3-wire installation.
Will you install the device for me?
The AX9 can be self-installed with its easy plug and play connection to the vehicle’s OBD-II system. The AK7 needs to be hardwired in the vehicle’s wiring so it requires a professional to install. We offer AK7 installation for $175 plus GST.
How do I know if my vehicle is compatible with GPS tracking?
Our devices can be made compatible with any asset. Our ATrack AK7 has a 3-wire installation which is professionally installed in your vehicle, which makes it a versatile device perfectly suited for concealment to avoid device tampering in cases of unauthorised use or theft.
The ATrack AX9 has an easy plug and play installation that is suitable for vehicles with the OBDII interface.
The OBDII specification is made mandatory for all cars manufactured and to be sold in the United States since 1996, which generally means all 1996 or later models are compliant.
The European Union made EOBD mandatory for all gasoline (petrol) vehicles sold in Europe in 2001 and all diesel cars in 2004.
All cars manufactured and to be sold in Australia and New Zealand were required to be OBDII equipped in 2006. Though some vehicles manufactured before this date are already compliant, it varies between manufacturers and models.