As a commercial fleet owner, you’ll know how difficult it can be to keep tabs on all your vehicles. However, it really doesn’t have to be. Installing your vans with high-quality tracking devices makes fleet management incredibly simple and stress-free.
Van trackers use GPS technology to pin the exact location of the vehicle wherever it is in the world. If you are unfortunate enough to have one of your vans stolen, then the tracker can be used to quickly find its location and report it to the police. Many trackers link directly to a desktop or mobile app, where the fleet manager can easily observe their vehicles.
Some trackers will also have extra layers of security built into their systems. One of these features is driver recognition, which only allows a van to be driven if the driver is carrying the correct key fob or card.
MotorGuard is a fully authorised dealer of all the brands we stock. We are the premier location for van and car security in the Midlands and have built a reputation as one of the most reliable companies in the business.
Our expert team of mechanics have experience fitting countless van trackers and have an in-depth knowledge of all the products they work with.
If you’re looking to protect your commercial fleet or personal van against theft, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. We can offer plenty of friendly advice and point you towards the perfect product for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why is it important to invest in a can tracking system?
Investing in trackers for vans is one of the most dependable and effective methods to keep it safe from theft. Although they are costly, these systems will cut your insurance premiums and may save you a lot of time and aggravation in the long run if your car is stolen. If it is stolen, having a tracker fitted will allow you to locate it and inform the appropriate authorities, allowing it to be promptly returned.
How do van trackers work?
GPS satellite navigation is the primary mode of operation for car tracking systems. Each automobile transmits a signal to orbiting satellites. This information is then sent to a computer. The vehicle information is then shown on the user interface in the form of maps. This enables the registered vehicle owner to monitor the vehicle's speed and position.
Can my employer track my van?
Simply expressed, the answer is yes. Rules for vehicle tracking, on the other hand, control how this data is used. Because the data collected by GPS monitoring devices about employees is considered personal data, it must be treated with care. As a result, the General Data Protection Regulation must be followed while dealing with this information. Before handing over a monitoring car, formulate an acceptable and practical automotive tracking policy and gain your drivers' approval.