US Fleet Tracking Exposes One Trick To Keep Battery Powered GPS Tracker Devices Charged

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US Fleet Tracking talks about how to use a reminder alert for the battery powered GPS tracker devices.

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Nothing can be more frustrating than suffering from down time due to having a GPS tracker that doesn’t function during peak work hours.

The type of GPS tracker business owners choose depends on what they need to do. If management is required to track more than one vehicle then they will need a portable GPS tracker. That’s where US Fleet Tracking’s battery powered devices (such as the PT-V3 and the PT-V3 Pro) come in handy. Portable, battery powered trackers can be easily moved among multiple locations and they still allow users to customize reports and alerts just as any other device would. But, what about remembering to keep the battery charged?

When businesses first receive their GPS tracker devices, it may be difficult for them to decipher exactly what other types of alerts they should create for themselves to make their job easier and maximize the usage of the devices. Today, US Fleet Tracking exposes one trick to keep battery powered GPS tracker devices charged!

Nothing can be more frustrating than suffering from down time due to having a GPS tracker that doesn’t function during peak work hours. While it is possible to allow a battery powered device to drain as low as 10% or 5% and still have it work properly, why risk losing connection? Sometimes, the cause of letting a device’s battery get so low is purely due to forgetfulness.

That’s where alerts become like a best friend! Here’s how to use this perfect alert for battery powered devices. Follow these three, simple steps to make use of this trick!

1.) Log-In to the system.
2.) Go into alerts tab by clicking from main dashboard toolbox.
3.) Create alert titled “Power Alert”.

When creating the alert to save fleet drivers from forgetting to charge their GPS tracker battery, there are options to set reminders at different percentage levels such as at 75%, 50% and another one at 25% just to make sure there is a close watch on the battery life.

There is no reason to forget again, because one should never be left without their GPS tracker.

To view US Fleet Tracking's GPS tracker selection, please click here.

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