MasTrack OBD Real Time GPS Vehicle Tracker

MasTrack OBD tracker is a small GPS tracking device that plugs directly into the OBD port of any vehicle. No tools or wiring required. Simply plug the tracker in and your set to go. All passenger vehicles and lightweight trucks manufactured after 1995 are equipped with an OBD port that can be easily found within

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MasTrack OBD tracker is a small GPS tracking device that plugs directly into the OBD port of any vehicle.

No tools or wiring required.
Simply plug the tracker in and your set to go.

All passenger vehicles and lightweight trucks manufactured after 1995 are equipped with an OBD port that can be easily found within 3 feet of the steering wheel. The MasTrack system is used by businesses tracking their vehicles and personnel for verification of employee time sheets and customer billing. This system gives peace of mind to parents keeping an eye on their teen drivers or monitoring the location of an aging loved one.

You receive unlimited email and text message notifications of speeding, excessive idling, zone alerts (when the vehicle enters or leaves specific locations), ignition status, voltage etc. as well as detailed reports of daily stops or of all activity.

Mastrack.com Exclusive: Dual Network Support. Every device operates on the top 2 wireless networks for maximum coverage.

Select the Plan that fits your needs:

15 Min $14.99

5 Min $19.99

2 Min $24.99

1 Min $34.99

MasTrack GPS tracking requires a monthly subscription with no long term contracts so you can cancel at any time. There are no hidden fees or additional charges.

Product Features

  • Real-time GPS updates up to every 1 minute. Nationwide coverage(USA). Required monthly subscription as low as 14.99
  • Use any internet enabled device. No software required. Also works with iPhone/iPad/Android/Blackberry.
  • Unlimited Email and text message alerts for tampering, speeding, geofence, etc.
  • No installation. Simply plugs into OBD-II port on every vehicle manufactured since 1996.
  • No long term contracts. Cancel any time. 1 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty.

Comments

Christopher B. Adams "Ready Reader" says:

Device takes 5 seconds to plant and service is easy to activate. I bought this device to track my girlfriend’s car. Here is how easy it was to install. I popped the GPS Tracker unit into the OBD port of my girlfriend’s car while she was in the car with me and I was driving. OBD ports are on all cars made past 1995 and they should be within reach of the driver – usually under the steering wheel and is basically hidden. The OBD port is powered all the time, so you will know if the device has been purposely or accidentally removed.Record the unit’s serial number before you plant the tracker because mastrack will need that number when you call them to activate the device. Also, they will need your credit card number, but the first month’s service is free. I paid for the most expensive plan, which is 39/mo.All the data you need is accessible to you via any web browser (IE, Firefox, Safari and chrome all work).Tracking Features: The device records and transmits, speed, location and heading at 1 min…

K. G. Berliner says:

Helpful – but with caveats This is a completely re-written review. I had previously given this product 2-stars, but that was due to a combination of miscommunication and unrealistic expectations. As you can see, I changed my rating to 5-stars… I am rounding up from 4.5 stars. This product is very good… just not perfect. Chances are, it is exactly what you are looking for.First off, let me warn you: depending on your state, it may be illegal to use this product. You may want to research this. In Texas, I can legally use this, because even though I am not the driver, I am the owner of the vehicle (that may not be enough in your state).The next issue I had with the product was that I had questions about the normal operation of the device. I studied the online documentation, and there was no troubleshooting section. Not sure if there was a contact phone number, but I didn’t see it. I mistakenly got the impression that this company was a small seedy company that didn’t have a…

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