Adding the GPS tracking sensor (called an OBD) is a quick and easy process. No wires, no screws, no mechanic.
Just locate your vehicle's OBD port then insert the device. This is the port that mechanics use to check if your vehicle's emissions system is operating properly. If you're not already familiar, this is what it looks like.
This is usually found underneath the steering wheel in the driver's footwell area. Some vehicles have small covers over the port itself; you may need to leave this off.
If you have trouble finding this port, try this ODB port locator
Once you've inserted the device, you should see the LED lights turn on. Blue means power; green means GPS; orange means OBD is communicating with the car.
When you next turn on the engine, the device will begin communicating your data to the cloud over the cellular network. You will be able to see trips and data from this vehicle in your Dash for Fleets web dashboard.
For more information, download our PDF Getting Started Guide.