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You can install a GPS tracking device nearly anywhere on a car or fleet vehicle- in the front or rear bumper, wheel wells, under floor mats orseats, or in the glove compartment. However, for fleet tracking purposes, GPS trackers are almost always installed on the dashboard through an on board diagnostics (OBD) port.
Originally, mechanics used OBD ports to run diagnostic reports and interface with the vehicle’s onboard computer. These same ports can also be used to give drivers real-time information on vehicle performance including fuel efficiency, temperature, airflow, speed, and more. OBD tracking devices are now so common that even insurance companies are using them to provide discounts to safe drivers. However, not all OBD devices are the same, and fleet managers should carefully consider the additional features before they choose a GPS fleet system.

How to Install a GPS Tracking Device in a Car or Truck?

Most OBD devices today can be paired to your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth, allowing you to monitor your fleet no matter where you are. Your drivers can also pair with the device to get reports and information regarding their driving habits, routes, and overages.

How to install your GPS depends on the device. If you are using a hardwired black box, they will be installed under the dashboard and require a 3-wire installation. This can easily be done by your in-house maintenance team, if available. If you use this type of tracker, then we recommend you also install a GPS antenna and cables away from any other electrical devices that may interrupt satellite connection.

OBD trackers, on the other hand, are far easier to install and require little to no downtime.
Follow these steps for OBD installation:
Locate the OBD port, usually under the vehicle steering wheel, dashboard, or around the gearbox Insert the OBD device into the 16-pin port Install the device’s app or software onto your mobile device Turn on the vehicle’s engine to sync the GPS device with the app For computer connection, you will also need to install the associated OBD software.