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GPS Tracking question...newbie...

krinkov58

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1999 Explorer
My pizza delivery fleet consists of two 1999 Ford Explorers...I bought GPS trackers to monitor my drivers in all the company vehicles after several incidents occured and I am curious as to where these devices could be hardwired in (I have the necessary wiring) where they'd recieve a constant charge because as of now I have to remove them and charge them for 5 hours twice weekly. Thanks guys.
 



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...What brand and models are they???..:scratch:...Do you have a link??
 






If i was you i would make them to where they are in the glove box. Since there work trucks you dont really need that storage room. Run a constant that is fused from the battery and bam your in business.


I also would like to see a link to these babies
 






They're both called GPS SNITCH, I belive it's the only model they make.
www.gps-snitch.com is the company URL...trying to figure out a place to patch 'em in. Was thinking of right before a switch of some sort, it needs 12V DC, 1A.
 






...I can't tell much from what I found on that site...I did see a picture of the hardire cable though...

..If the wiring does not have a fuse already, I would pick up a fused lead wire at an auto parts store and then attach it like Burns had mentioned...

...I am surprised they did not include any "Hard wire" info with the kit...:scratch:
 






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