Teletrac introduces newest tracking devices

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Teletrac has unveiled its latest asset-tracking devices for truck trailers and other mobile units, at the World of Concrete Show in Las Vegas.

The new devices allow fleet owners to track vehicles anywhere in North America, and the units also enable fleets to hone in on stolen trailers for the quick and efficient recovery of stolen vehicles.

The new Trailer and Asset Tracking Units report through FleetDirector – Teletrac’s wireless vehicle location information system. The units are programmed to report their location at certain intervals or when they’ve remained stationary for a certain period of time. They will also report their location if they’ve been moved outside a set zone.

“In this day and age, security is key for all industries with commercial vehicle fleets, whether it’s a question of asset protection, driver safety or even national security,” says Tony Eales, chief executive officer of Teletrac, Inc. “Teletrac is proud to provide practical, affordable technology that fulfills the security needs of all types of commercial vehicle fleets.”

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