FoxTrax Vehicle Tracking of St Louis Missouri Announces their Newest GPS Vehicle Tracking Service

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Realtime GPS fleet or individual vehicle tracking at an affordable price point, without contracts.

Just knowing what is going on 'out there' is priceless.

FoxTrax provides fleet tracking services to companies with small to medium-sized fleets. Customers recognize the benefits of vehicle tracking systems and enjoy reduced operating costs, increased employee productivity and the ability to monitor their assets.

FoxTrax specializes in a simple, cost-effective vehicle tracking service. Their Web-based, nationwide system allows for multi-user access and delivers clear easy-to-read maps. FoxTrax is also easy to install. Using Nextel prepaid phones so you simply pay for the minutes as needed. There are NO long-term contract requirements.

Pricing is simple, too. The FoxTrax phone/software tracking device costs $69.95 each and comes with a car charger, training materials and passwords to access the foxtrax-online tracking Web site. Each month, FoxTrax will bill you $14.99 per tracking device for the on-going license fee and access to our service.

For a more detailed description of our system, please view the attached. For more information, or to place an order, please visit If you have questions, call us at 314-918-8800.
Research shows that "best in class" companies utilize vehicle tracking systems to:

  • Yield higher employee productivity and less downtime.
  • Increase sales with faster response times.
  • Monitor driver safety and reduces extreme speeding.
  • Reduce fuel and maintenance costs.
  • Improve customer service by validating billable hours.
  • Support the budgeting and planning process.

"Just knowing what is going on 'out there' is priceless." - Robert; HVAC Contractor    
"We finally have a way to monitor and control our fleet's driving habits." - Phil; Restaurant Supplier

FoxTrax Vehicle Tracking             
Phone:    314.918.8800
122-R East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119


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