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LINK vehicle tracking device

QuantityPer vehicle
  • Prices are in USA and Canadian dollars
  • You need one LINK tracking device for each vehicle you wish to track
  • One-year warranty standard, lifetime warranty available
  • Every LINK comes with vehicle-specific instructions
  • Installation takes 30-60 minutes per vehicle
  • Install yourself, or hire a third-party
  • Once installed, LINK is not visible
Airtime plans
Billed annually
Billed quarterly
Billed monthly
  • Prices are in USA and Canadian dollars
  • No contracts or activation fees
  • No overage or roaming fees
  • You can choose a different airtime plan for each vehicle
  • You can change airtime plans at anytime, at no cost
  • For off-season months, the Vacation airtime plan is $10 per month.
Engine on, engine off. Vehicles report each engine on and off, including time and location, duration and mileage.
Stop, go. Vehicles report each "short" stop and go—that is, every time the vehicle remains stationary for at least 60 seconds while the engine is running. Reported information includes time and location, duration and mileage.
Driving. While driving, vehicles continually report their location, speed and heading. Update frequency depends on your plan: With Mini, driving updates occur on average every 90 seconds; with Pro every 45 seconds.
Trip routes. Trip Routes show you the path a vehicle took from point A to point B. Each blue arrow is a driving update. You can click the little blue arrows to see the vehicle’s speed at that place and time.
Idling. Vehicles report when they idle longer than 10 minutes.
Speeding monitoring. Speeding monitoring means that vehicles report speeding when they exceed the posted speed limit (where available) or speed limits that you set. You can even set custom speed zones using the Landmarks feature.
Hard acceleration. Vehicles report when accelerating faster than normal (jack-rabbit launch).
Possible collision. Vehicles report in the event of extreme g-force, which can indicate a collision or roll-over.
Possible towing. Vehicles report if they move while the ignition is off.
Daily check-in. When a vehicle is inactive for a few days, it will begin reporting its location every 24 hours, confirming that LINK is operational and guarding your property.
Click-to-text. Send a dispatch message to a driver in seconds. Just click a vehicle, type a message and click Send. In a few seconds, the driver receives your message on his cell phone. Dispatch messages are saved for five years.
Road. Beautiful, easy to read street maps.
Satellite. High-resolution aerial and satellite imagery.
Hybrid. High-resolution aerial and satellite imagery composited with street overlay.
Terrain. Combines street maps with visual information about terrain elevation. Elevation data is not limited to geographic features like mountains, it's also displayed for buildings.
Traffic. Real-time traffic patterns for major roads in most cities.
Open Street Maps. The most up-to-date street data, often including proposed roads in areas under development.
Speed limits. Road-specific speed limits. Vehicles report speeding when they exceed posted limits (where data is available).
Street view. See a 360-degree photographic view from your vehicle’s perspective. (Note: Street view is not available in all areas.)
Landmarks. Landmarks are a way of marking locations or areas that are important to your business. A Landmark can refer to a building address, a job site, a town, city—any location or area of any size. Landmarks are useful for knowing where vehicles are (or have been) in relation to business locations, such as customers, suppliers and/or unauthorized areas.
DLS/LSD addressing (well sites). For companies operating vehicles in Alberta or Saskatchewan, the Domain Land Survey (DLS), also known as Legal Subdivision (LSD) or Alberta Township System, is very useful. With DLS, vehicles report not only their approximate street address (Rutherford Rd SW, Edmonton, AB), but also their LSD coordinates: 15-19-051-24 W4.
Send. Select one or more drivers and/or multiple users, type a message, and click Send. In seconds, the driver (or user) receives your message on his phone or computer.
Receive. Receive a dispatch message from any user or driver.
History. Dispatch messages are saved for five years. Additionally, messages sent to drivers are stamped with their vehicle's status and location at the time of receipt. Determining where a driver was when a message was sent takes just seconds.
Context. To view all messages to/from particular driver or user, just click his name.
Daily active. A list of active vehicles.
Daily mileage. Mileage for active vehicles.
Daily engine hours. Engine hours for active vehicles.
Daily idling. Total idle time for active vehicles.
Daily speeding. Total speeding violations.
Daily hard acceleration. Total number of jack-rabbit starts.
Weekday mileage . A tally of weekday mileage for the month, from highest to lowest.
Weekends mileage. A tally of weekend mileage for the month, from highest to lowest.
Worst idling. Tally of idling for the month, from highest to lowest.
Most speeding. Tally of speeding violations for the month, from highest (worst offender) to lowest (safest driver).
Most hard acceleration. Tally of hard accelerations for the month, from most to least (efficient driver).
Trips. The Trips report shows each individual trip a vehicle makes from one location (engine on) to another (engine off), including distance and trip duration. With Driver Logbook, drivers can account for each trip — e.g., personal or work, or for which customer or project.
Hours. The Hours report shows a list of all the places a vehicle has stopped (engine off), including address and duration. With Drivers Logbook, drivers can personally account for each stop.
Mileage. The Mileage report displays vehicle mileage (in KM or miles). You can view mileage summarized daily, weekly, monthly, weekdays or weekends. Select one vehicle to view its activity in detail.
Engine hours. The Engine Hours report displays how long a vehicle's engine has been running, totalled by day, week or month.
Fuel. The Fuel report displays estimated fuel consumption and cost for each vehicle—an average between highway and city driving, the distance driven, and fuel cost. Fuel reports are used to reconcile fuel receipts and discover potential fuel theft.
Landmarks. The Landmarks report displays how many times and for long vehicle have spent at locations important to your business that you specify. Once you tag significant locations (landmarks), such as the office, vendor locations, project addresses, restaurants, bars, etc. — the Landmarks reports can help identify excessive lunch breaks or time spent at inappropriate places.
Speeding. The Speeding report displays the number of times a vehicle exceeds the speed limit, including date, time, location and speed.
Idling. The Idling report displays occurences of excessive idling (vehicle not moving while engine is running). Since all vehicles idle some of the time (for example, at red lights), the Idling report only displays idling in excess of a duration you specify.
Driving. The Driving report lets you see which vehicles are driving fastest, even without speeding.
Notify. When a vehicle reports the kind of activity for which you have made a Notify Rule, HQ sends you a message to your email or cell phone containing the details of the event. Instant Notifications are saved in Dispatch.
Remind. When a vehicle reports the kind of activity for which you have made a Driver Reminder Rule, HQ sends the driver a brief message to his cell phone or email reminding him to — for example, in the case of speeding — "please slow down". Driver Reminders are saved in Dispatch.
Mileage and engine hours. HQ keeps track of vehicle mileage and engine hours automatically. You can view their current mileage and engine hours at any time from the Maintenance page.
Scheduled service. Select the kind of service, when it will become due (in KM, miles, engine hours or date), whom to notify, and whether or not it's a recurring service (e.g., oil change every 5000 km). When the service is due, HQ notifies the recipients.
Completed service. View, sort and filter completed service by vehicle, date and/or kind of service. See the cost associated with each completed service interval.
Export service history. Export to Excel entire fleet service history with one click.
HQ mobile
Tracking. See the location and status of all your vehicles on a map.
History. See where your vehicles were and what they were doing anytime in the past two weeks.
Tap-to-call. Tap a driver's name to initiate a phone call.
Dashboard. View summarized fleet activity: mileage, engine hours, speeding, idling.
Driving directions. Get directions to any vehicle, Landmark, well site or LSD address.
Dispatch (send and receive). Send a message to any user or driver. View dispatch history.
Driver Logbook
My dashboard. Drivers can view their own recent vehicle activity: mileage, engine hours, idling and speeding.
Dispatch (send and receive). Drivers can send and receive messages to/from HQ users.
Driving directions. Drivers can get directions to any other vehicle, landmark, well site or LSD address.
My trips. Drivers can categorize each trip they make — e.g., personal, work, Project XYZ, etc.
My hours. Drivers can categorize time spent at locations — e.g., Customer ABC, Project 123, etc.
HQ share
Make. Select one or more vehicles and click Make.
Open. Click Open to open a web page showing the real-time location of the vehicles selected — bookmark the page to save time.
Share. Click Mail to send the HQ share link to anyone. (The recipient only needs to clicks the link to see the vehicles on any computer or smart phone.)
Embed. Click Embed to get the HTML code snippet to include in your web site.
Customize. Limit an HQ share link to certain vehicles by date, time and/or location. For example: “Show Truck 12 and Van 14, when at Customer XYZ and Customer ABC, Monday to Friday, between 9 am and 5 pm, expiring July 1.”