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Offer available to new Reveal business customers in US only with 37 month subscription (including first 30 days at no charge) for 1-15 vehicles. Customer may cancel within first 30 days of service activation. Device(s) must be returned within 30 days of cancellation to avoid a charge of full retail value ($250/unit) for unreturned equipment. Early termination fee and other taxes, fees and terms may apply. © 2019 Verizon
  • Easy install with plug and play device
  • GPS hardware and shipping included

Increase fleet visibility with fleet tracking.

Get a near real-time, 360-degree view of your fleet’s daily operations, so you can help reduce costs, increase productivity, stay on top of vehicle maintenance, and make the most of every business day.

Streamlined fleet management gets more done with fewer resources.

Better fleet visibility helps you take stock of what you have and how it’s being used. Our GPS fleet tracking solution can help you uncover hidden costs while revealing potential for greater productivity and efficiency.

Trusted by fleets large and small including:

See the status and activity of all your fleet vehicles.

High-resolution maps with smart clustering and detail on demand provide a simple yet powerful vehicle tracking solution to:

  • Help reduce fuel consumption
  • Provide accurate ETAs
  • Keep tabs on your drivers and vehicles
  • Prevent unauthorized out of area use (geofencing)

Plug-and-play hardware

Our GPS hardware is quick and easy to install. It’s compatible with light commercial vehicles purchased new in the US with a model year of 1996 or newer.

1. Check your mail

The tracker is shipped to you within just a few days, ready for installation.

2. Plug it in

Simply plug the tracker into your car’s OBD-II slot, and it’s ready to use.

3. Activate the tracker

Use your smartphone to complete the setup and start tracking your vehicle.

Have vehicles or assets which don't meet the compatibility requirements?

Not a problem, we have alternate hardware solutions to suit all vehicles types.

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Who is fleet tracking for?

For fleet owners looking for a vehicle tracking solution that is simple to use and addresses common pain points such as high fuel costs, worker productivity, driver safety and vehicle security.

With a range of setup options and an affordable monthly price, you can enjoy all the benefits of a powerful fleet tracking solution from one of America’s largest telematics providers.

With Verizon Connect, I was able to implement the metrics that I wanted to control my job cost and profit.
Travis Pettijohn, Owner, GCI Slingers and Gravel Conveyors
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With Verizon Connect, I was able to implement the metrics that I wanted to control my job cost and profit.
Travis Pettijohn
Owner, GCI Slingers and Gravel Conveyors
Learn how with a demo

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Go large with more features, more reports and more alerts.

Analyze your fleet’s performance over time.

See important trends by team, department or across the entire fleet. Our customizable dashboards make it easy to review your progress towards KPIs or budgets, with near real-time fleet analytics provided by our fleet tracking system.

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Get the support you need.

From planning through implementation, integration and training, we’re dedicated to helping you improve your results, your ROI and your bottom line.

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Help your team improve their driving habits.

Use in-cab alerts to help drivers perform at their best. Drivers can also compete for positions on the company leaderboard by driving safely, economically and efficiently.

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Go beyond the dash cam

View video clips of harsh driving events within minutes of them happening. Know how severe an event was with harsh driving classifications to help you improve driver safety and coach your drivers. Help mitigate risk and liability with unbiased footage.

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Frequently asked questions

What is fleet tracking?

Fleet tracking is a management system that uses GPS to monitor the activity of tracked assets (vehicles, workers, equipment). It is often referred to as vehicle tracking or AVL. The fleet is generally a collection of land-based assets such as cars, trucks, field workers and equipment (powered and unpowered e.g. trailers).

Fleet tracking uses telematics technology to collect data from a fleet of assets. This data is normally collected in near real time (actively) so it is more useful for fleet managers, who use the data to make strategic decisions about operations (which vehicle should I dispatch to a new job, where is the nearest crane, how many generators do we have in the yard, has my lone worker returned from the jobsite etc).

Do you have an ELD solution?

Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) have replaced paper HOS logbooks and are now legally required by commercial drivers. We offer a range of ELD solutions and have several devices certified with the FMCSA.

Technology doesn’t really like me. Is it easy to use?

We work hard to make our software nice to look at, user friendly and focused on helping you get stuff done. When you join us we guide you every step of the way with our new user onboarding program and access to lots of training guides if you need them.

We also have local support teams who can assist you, either over the phone or via email.

Yes, it’s powerful software with lots of features but it’s also designed to be quick and easy to use for anyone who just likes to ‘get in and drive.’

Will I need expensive computer hardware?

No. The great thing with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is that all you need is a computer that can connect to the internet running a modern browser.

You can even use just your Android or Apple device to access key information about your fleet vehicles and today’s jobs.

Will I be checking reports at my desk all day?

Only if you want to. Our software offers plenty of options for managers on the go including mobile apps and alerts that go directly to your phone. You’ll have quick access to a range of key information about your fleet’s current performance, wherever your day takes you.

How is your fleet tracking software different from other providers?

There are lots of GPS tracking providers who only sell one thing. It means if you need something else for your fleet – ELD, route planning, dispatch, work order management – then you need to go through the whole selection process again and deal with another supplier. And then if you want these different solutions to talk to each other, that’s a whole other conversation.

Verizon Connect is one of the few providers that can provide you with a full end-to-end platform solution that covers your mobile resource management needs now, and into the future.

How do I know this fleet tracking software is right for my business?

Ask lots of questions! An online demo is the perfect opportunity to do that. Our software is designed to be flexible and adapt to the unique needs of your business. Why not try our online demo today.

How will my drivers react to GPS tracking?

In most cases it depends on the reasons why you want to use it, and how you explain it to them. If you want to use it to improve the efficiency, security and safety of your business, and help mobile workers to get more done, with less paperwork and phone calls, then most employees will understand that. They’ll also appreciate you’re making an effort to keep the business profitable and improving their job security. If they think it’s been done because you don’t trust them then they may not be as welcoming.

What if my needs change?

We understand that as your business grows our software needs to adapt. Our flexible platform and access to the full range of mobile resource management products makes it easy to add solutions over time.

Simply contact your customer success manager and discuss your new requirements.

What GPS tracking devices can be supplied?

We supply standard GPS tracking units that are wired directly into the tracked asset, allowing the device to be hidden to help prevent tampering, as well as being compatible with vehicles or equipment that don’t have an OBD-II port.