Easily Installs and transfers between vehicles in minutes. Keep family members safe and easily located in an emergency.
The MOSS-OBDII-GPS tracking system requires very little technical knowledge to install. The unit connects to your vehicle’s OBDII port, which is an easily accessible socket located under the dashboard. With powerful GPS technology and cellular triangulation, the MOSS-OBDII-GPS is perfect for keeping your loved ones safe.
The MOSS-OBDII-GPS increases driver safety:
- Be notified via text message when a vehicle arrives or leaves a set location
- View frequently visited landmarks
- View reports showing routes and miles traveled
- Ensure the safety of elderly family members
- Use the MOSS-OBDII-GPS between several household vehicles
Powerful features, small package
Choose from over 20 reports to help monitor your teen driver. Our GPS Tracking portal will allow you to easily generate reports or schedule preset reports to be emailed to you daily. Use your knowledge to keep your family members out of danger.
What is an OBDII connector?
Mechanics will use your OBDII connector to plug diagnostic equipment into your car. Because of this, the OBDII connector is designed to be accessed easily. The MOSS-OBDII-GPS capitalizes on this easily accessible connector to provide you with a convenient method of installing and removing your GPS tracking system. If the port is needed for vehicle diagnostics, the mechanic must simply unplug the MOSS-OBDII-GPS, and reconnect it when finished servicing the vehicle.
How to find your OBDII Connector
Installing the MOSS-OBDII-GPS
Once the OBDII connector has been located, all that is required is to plug the MOSS-OBDII-GPS into the connector. Once you turn the ignition of the vehicle on, the small lights on the unit will blink. During your first installation, you will need to give the MOSS-OBDII-GPS unit a minimum of 15 minutes fully initialize.