San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2007
DriveOK has launched a vehicle tracking unit that is extremely affordable, easy to use and provides significant value to small fleet owners and parents who want to monitor where their kids are driving. The OK232 has most of the commercial-grade features and has been provided at a fraction of the usual price for that type of service and capability.
"The launch of our OK232 GPS Vehicle Tracking Unit brings an affordable unit to small fleet owners and families that have been reluctant to purchase a GPS tracking unit," said Mark Wells, President & CEO of DriveOK Inc. "While most GPS tracking units cost more than $400, we are able to bring the cost down to $269.95 making it very affordable for everyone."
Small fleet owners will know when an employee arrives at a location, when they have finished a job and they can simultaneously view their entire fleet on one page. A GPS vehicle tracking unit will give parents the peace of mind to know where their teen drivers are traveling and if they have car trouble, parents will be able to locate their vehicles quickly and easily.
DriveOK is also offering low cost service plans as low as $5.95 per month and offer an additional 20% discount for annual pre-payment. The OK232 GPS Vehicle Tracking Unit is available at http://www.driveok.com.
About DriveOK Inc.
DriveOK Inc., operating under their registered trademark DriveOK, helps people and companies with the management, location, tracking and recovery of their mobile assets. Based in San Diego, the company's DriveOK GPS tracking system Vehicle Tracking Units offer unique advantages with ease-of-use/install, functionality, and scalability not found in other commercial products. This includes the ability to manage diverse asset portfolios, receive real-time GPS tracking data from a variety of platforms/devices, and to operate over a variety of networks and countries. Additional information and a live, hands-on demonstration of the GPS tracking capabilities are available at http://www.driveok.com.
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