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US Fleet Tracking Explains Ways GPS Trackers Protect Assets Against Halloween Tricks

US Fleet Tracking lists ways GPS trackers can stop pranksters from damaging fleet vehicles.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) October 28, 2015

This Halloween week is in full force and there are activities well under way. While this is a time of year for some tasty treats and some outdoor fall fun, there may be those late nights when some pranksters will take "tricks" a little too far. Fleet owners never know when outsiders will take the opportunity to target company vehicles as they sit in the office parking lot. Protecting vehicles from theft is a growing problem for many fleets, mostly overnights and on weekends. US Fleet Tracking explains ways GPS trackers can protect company assets against the pranksters that think theft of trucks and gasoline is a funny "trick."

1.) Use Of Geofences Alerts: GPS trackers with the geofence alert features are very helpful in this instance. When managers leave the office for the night they can set up designated geofences on the company vehicles. This makes it possible for the GPS trackers to send out an alert when a company truck is moving, especially if it shouldn't be.

2.) Use Of Live Maps: Thanks to GPS trackers having live maps with 3G connectivity, if a theft did ever take place, management would immediately have the location information to report the stolen property to authorities. This makes getting trucks back faster.

With GPS trackers fleet owners will be able to protect assets against those pesky "tricks" by stopping pranksters in their tracks. Keeping company trucks from being stolen also translates into an increased bottom line because it saves money. A lot of fleet managers find that their worries are decreased when GPS trackers are being used and they’re just one of the many managers finishing out this Halloween week safely with GPS trackers!

To view US Fleet Tracking's selection of GPS trackers, please click here.

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