The OBD GPS tracker plugs into the diagnostic port on your car. This port is installed into every vehicle manufactured after 1996 so that mechanics are able to run programs and work out what is going on within the engine, without having to take the care to pieces first. The makers of this tracker have made the most of this existing technology, using the port to its best advantage by designing a portable tracker which anyone can use. The tracker connects to an app on your smartphone so that you can access information about the status and location of your car without having to invest in my expensive or specialist kit.
As well as using GPS to track the location of your car, this handy little tracker can also give you updates on the health of your engine. It monitors your engine’s mileage, logs the speed of your vehicle, and can even measure the revs on the engine. The diagnostic port in your car opens up a window to see what is going on under the bonnet, and the app on your phone will display this for you. It will even register any unusual activity, such as sudden acceleration, hard braking, unusual vibration in the wheels or sharp cornering. You’ll be able to monitor your driving or the driving of anyone who borrows your car, and all of this will be logged in your phone for you to access whenever you need to.
The main advantages of iTrack are its portability, price, and ease of use. iTrack is hardly bigger than a usb key. Combined with its simplicity to setup, you got the world’s most efficient GPS Tracker. It will fit and follow every car without you thinking about it!
• Cutting-edge technology.
• Small and discrete.
• Free access to IOS/android app.
• Works in any car made after 1996.
• Set alerts personalised to you & your circumstances.
The really exciting thing about this tracker is that it is just so convenient. All of the information and alerts are centralised in an app on your phone, so you’ll never have to go out of your way to check up on your car.