No, LLPL representatives include all charges in the quote.
LLPL invoices are issued on the 1st of every month following the month you joined.
No, all LLPL invoices are prorated so you only pay for the number of days your vehicles have actually been active on the LLPL portal.
This varies for a variety of reasons. The ROI for a typical service company is under 90 days. This includes the initial capital investment as well as the first year’s subscription service. ROI will also vary by fleet management practices. Fleets that are better run before installing GPS will take a little longer.
Your vehicle is located every 30 seconds*, 1, 2, or 5 minutes while it is in motion (depending on the service you purchase). Sometimes your vehicle will be out of cellular coverage but you will still receive these locations when your vehicle comes back into cellular coverage. However, there will be times when your device is hidden from GPS satellites so you will miss these locations but that should be infrequent.
There is no region or group limitation with Find'n'Secure and LLPL integrated products. With LLPL, you can define and modify organizational user groups (with infinite sub-groups) and regions. For example, a municipality might have several groups such as police, fire, road maintenance, etc. Within each group, you can create a new hierarchy of subgroups that is region and group based.
Yes, we have the ability to add additional sensors if required. We can hardwire the sensors or build the built in WiFi. We would be happy to discuss the sensor types that you need and the best ways of tying into the system and creating the reporting structure needed for the data in question.
No, the hardware will store the data until a connection is available. Once a connection is available, the hardware will upload all the data stored back to the portal.
Vehicle location may either be incorrectly reported sometimes or off by a few meters because the availability and quality of GPS signals may be affected by buildings, natural obstacles, weather conditions and satellite availability.
30 minutes to 1 hour depending on the vehicle. Our trained personnel will install the vehicle device. Once the vehicle has been installed, it takes another 10 to 15 minutes to configure the system for live use.
GPS tracking equipment consists of two parts. The tracking device that goes inside the vehicle and the software that interacts with it. The device in the vehicle transmits the location data to servers where the software reads and displays the information, allowing you to locate the vehicle, no matter where it is on Earth. Hence the name Global Positioning System, or GPS for short.
The device sends out a signal at a pre-established time interval. That signal is transmitted out to a specialized software to read and interpret it as the location of the device. LLPL Fleet Tracking’s system updates every ten seconds, giving you a complete and unbroken picture of the location and route your vehicle is taking in real time.
No. There is no need to have contact with the system after it has been installed.
The vehicle device has functions to alert you of such situations. If vehicle battery power is disconnected, it will send you a SMS alert.
Yes. LLPL world-class Support Team is available via Skype or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Monday through Sunday from 8 AM to 10 PM IST.
The technology behind these systems is essentially the same and LLPL even provides GPS fleet management systems that integrate with commercial in-vehicle navigation as an option to consider. The GPS fleet management system is a business tool, which consists of vehicle units for your fleet and an online system for managing the fleet from your office. If you are also considering in-vehicle navigation, please discuss with us first so we can get you set up with a compatible system.