A company can readily track cars they own that employees are driving and know their location. A parent who is worried about their teenager driving can also know where their vehicle is.
One of the problems with many GPS trackers is they can be technical to setup which is OK for those that are technical savvy.
For those who are not highly technical a easy GPS tracker plug-and-play option is much more desirable.
Carlock is one of those easy setups that will have you tracking a vehicle in a few steps in real time.
Carlock is simple to setup since it uses a vehicles OBDII computer port for a quick connect.
All OBDII ports are on 1996 and newer cars under the driver side dashboard.
OBDII is a vehicle diagnostic port that is built into every car 1996 an newer. Mechanics use an OBDII port to see any problems with a engine and receive codes which point to the problem.
Carlock also has an easy to use App or computer program to see a vehicles location.
The next step is to activate your Carlock on their site here. https://my.carlock.co
I am still testing out the Carlock GPS tracker but so far with good results.
It really is simple to setup with plugging in the OBDII dongle, activating it, and downloading the app for your device.
The App depends on Cell coverage for updates which can be annoying if your cell service has bad coverage.
Tracking from home, with a good internet connection, from a computer is the best for me so far.
Since I am still testing the unit out I will update this post with more information good or bad.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon, here, or elsewhere or be sure it is a good unit for you.