Technology

LiveViewGPS Offers Affordable GPS Tracking With Lifetime Support

Posted on January 23, 2013

LAS VEGAS — LiveViewGPS, a GPS tracking system for fleet vehicles, will showcase its exclusive Live Trac platform-based advanced G-5 series and EZ vehicle trackers in booth #38 at the 2013 International LCT Show, held in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Feb. 5-7, 2013.

The Live Trac platform is an Internet-based GPS vehicle tracking system accessible from any web-enabled computer or mobile device. As easy to operate as a cell phone, it permits real-time tracking with one-, five- or 10-second updates without requiring any additional software. It offers operators features and reports to supplement the industry’s specialized requirements.

The Live Trac G-5 series offers 10-second vehicle tracking and comes with a 10-day battery back-up. It features a panic button and the ability to disable a vehicle’s starter and lock/unlock a vehicle’s door.

MSRP for the G-5 vehicle tracker is $239 with a $29.95 monthly fee for unlimited 10-secnod tracking. No contract is required.

The Live Trac EZ is an portable GPS tracking device that works in most passenger cars and trucks manufactured after 1997. Its plug-n-play design installs in seconds, and the unit is powered by the vehicle’s electrical system.

MSRP for the Live Trac EZ is $169 with a $29.95 monthly subscription plan.

“Buying the Live Trac vehicle tracking system wasn’t an expense; it’s been an investment,” said Jose Cabrera, president of Hanford, Calif.-based Limo One. “It’s actually making me money, especially when it comes to fuel savings and maintenance.”

Every LiveViewGPS product is backed with lifetime support and a money-back guarantee.

Source: LiveViewGPS

Comments ( 1 )
  • Pooja Rathore

     | about 6 years ago

    GPS always support the real time system and also give the response. For more information visit http://auto.liveonmap.com/rajasthan

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