4G LTE GPS Trackers

Included with Starter and Premium Plan Subscriptions

Force Fleet Tracking OBD-II device
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Top-of-the-line 4G LTE GPS Tracking Devices

Our GPS tracking devices just work. Plug them into the OBD-II port of each of your cars, vans, and light trucks, and that’s it. They do their job silently in the background, tracking your vehicles in real-time and sending exact location information to our platform via the 4G network.

Best of all, your purchase is backed by a 30 day money back guarantee! If you aren’t thrilled with the service, send the devices back for a full refund.

How our GPS tracking devices work

Your vehicles are rich sources of data. Force Fleet Tracking turns that data into insights you can use to run your business better.

Once plugged into the OBD-II port of your vehicle, our GPS trackers capture:

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  • GPS location — accurate to within 10 feet
  • DTCs/Diagnostic Trouble Codes (aka “Check Engine Lights”)
  • Fuel Level, Battery Level

Features vary by subscription plan and the number of vehicles you wish to track. For more information, view our Plans and Pricing.

These data points are continuously sent to our platform using the 4G cellular data network. You can access Force’s management platform from any device including your desktop and laptop or through our app on your tablet or smartphone.

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Are my vehicles compatible with Force’s GPS trackers?

Force Fleet Tracking supports virtually any vehicle with an OBD-II diagnostic port. These ports are found on all cars, vans, and light trucks sold in the USA since 1996.

These are just a few examples of the vehicles and vehicle types we support. Our GPS trackers have been installed in thousands of vehicles of different makes and models and are very likely to be compatible with your fleet vehicles.

Question about compatibility? Give us a call at 806-855-8255 or email [email protected]. We’d be happy to assist you.

Plug & Play GPS Tracker Installation

Installation of Force Fleet Tracking is easy and takes just minutes per vehicle.

Get your devices

Get your devices
When you sign up for Force Fleet Tracking, we’ll send you one GPS tracking device for each vehicle you’ll be tracking. Unlike many of our competition, the trackers are included with all active subscriptions.

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Plug them in

Plug in the devices
Plug a GPS tracker into the OBD-II port of each vehicle you’d like to track (ports are usually underneath the steering wheel). Then, take the vehicle for a quick trip to activate the real-time tracking device.

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Start tracking your vehicles

Start tracking your vehicles
Sign in to Force Fleet Tracking on a computer or smartphone. The system will automatically recognize your new GPS vehicle. That’s it! Now you’re ready to track your vehicles on your computer, iPhone, or Android phone.

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“The plug-and-play functionality of the Force devices made installation easy, and the software is robust, intuitive, and easy to use.”

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Jon Simpsons
Security Cameras of Columbus

Verified Review on Capterra — May 2021

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GPS Tracking Device FAQs

Where is a GPS tracking device installed on a car?

A GPS tracking device is installed in the OBD port of a car (also known as an OBD-II port). These are commonly found on the driver’s side of the vehicle, under the steering wheel, above the gas and brake peddles. OBD-II ports are found in all vehicles sold in the US from 1996 and on—so unless your company fleet is comprised of classic cars or heavy-duty vehicles,  your fleet will have the proper ports to support our GPS trackers.

OBD ports vary in color depending on the make and model of your company vehicles and may have a cover over the top of the port, so you might not be able to spot it right away.

Do GPS trackers still track if they’re unplugged?

If a GPS tracker is unplugged or becomes dislodged from an OBD-II port for whatever reason, it will stop tracking. Our GPS trackers rely on power of the vehicle to power the device, show where the vehicle is in real-time, and collect data such as driver behavior and vehicle health. The device will not transmit any information while it’s unplugged; however, Force’s GPS trackers are designed to send an unplugged alert to immediately notify the admin managing the fleet whenever a device is unplugged or disconnected from the vehicle. These notifications allow you to respond quickly to the issue and have the device put back in place promptly.

Experience how real-time GPS tracking can improve your business.