Best In Class Design, Perfect For Fleet Vehicles
The ideal customer for the JetSet GPS tracker is someone who wants to track a vehicle without having to worry about battery packs or installation. If that’s the case, an OBD tracker like this is what exactly what you're looking for.
The JetSet plugs into a connector under your dash that you probably didn’t even know was there. There’s no other requirement - just connect the tracker and you’re good to go.
Simply log in from your smartphone or computer to see the current location of the car, not to mention everywhere it’s been for the past 90 days. You’ll see a Google Earth-type interface that updates every 10 seconds with the car’s position.
There’s also the option of getting text message alerts if the car does something you want to know about, like enter or leave a particular neighborhood. This is great if you need to be immediately notified about where a vehicle going.
Where To Put It
Your car has something called an OBD port on it, which stands for 'on-board diagnostics’. It’s used by mechanics to check the system status on your car. The JetSet plugs directly into this port, which is usually near the parking brake near your feet.
The OBD port delivers power to the tracker, instantly letting you track every detail about the vehicles whereabouts. You never have to worry about a battery, and you can easily move it from one car to another.
Seeing Where It Is
When you get your tracker, you’ll setup a new GPS account with us. Once setup, you can log in through the iPhone/Android app, or you can log in on our GPS website. Imagine using Google Earth or Google Maps, because it’s exactly like that.
Once you log in, the 3D maps system zooms in on the car, or multiple cars if you have more than one tracker. The first thing you’ll see the exact address, position on the map, and when the car last moved. Every 10 seconds, you’ll see the car icon move across the map with the new location of the car.
You’ll spend a lot of time in the ‘reporting section’. This is where you can see the address of where the car was, how long it was there, when it left, and so much more. All of this data can easily be printed off or emailed.
Want to get notified if the car gets turned on, or if it leaves/enters a certain neighborhood? You can setup text or email notifications and you’ll instantly know if the car is on the move.