GPS trackers in cars allow you to keep track of where your car (or any other vehicle) is, and that can be very important. A vehicle tracker can ease your mind when you wonder where your own vehicle is or can be extremely helpful to a business for car tracking, van tracking, and making sure the vehicles are where they are meant to be.
A car GPS tracker won’t just show you the current location – it can keep detailed driving logs and evaluate the performance of the driver. There are a lot of devices on the market, so this guide is designed to help you choose the right car GPS tracker for you.
Coban GPS tracker company review
Coban (AKA Shenzen Electronics CO) Is a GPS tracking device and software solutions provider which has been in the industry for over 15 years and counting. Coban offers a number of hardware solutions, all of which seem to be fairly popular amongst the budget GPS tracker crowd. Coban also has their own software solution which works with all of the devices that they sell.
Coban GPS trackers
Coban offers 12 different hardware devices, suitable for a wide array of tracking needs. They have plug-and-play and hardwired options available to ensure that the trackers can be used on almost any type of vehicle. Coban also offers an asset tracker of sorts, which contains a magnet inside of a sealed enclosure. However, this is not the best asset tracker on the market that I’ve seen and it does not allow for more permanent mounting options such as the kind that use a plate and screws to affix the device to an asset. This leaves customers with a mixed fleet of assets such as semi trailers, shipping containers and fleet vehicles at a disadvantage for tracking their entire portfolio under one platform.