A flexible installation option
The Quartix Plug and Track installation option is ideal where hardwired solutions are not feasible due to a requirement to move the tracking unit from one vehicle to another.
Examples where this would benefit your business:
If you need to track temporary sub-contractors, the Plug & Track option gives you access to all the monitoring and tracking data for both your temporary contractors as well as permanent staff. This gives you consistent data as well as peace of mind for new temporary vehicles.
A major benefit of using the Plug & Track where you need to replace vehicles in your fleet in the near future, you can easily move the tracking devices from one vehicle to another, and you can just log in and change the registration details associated with a specific vehicle ID. This saves you both time and costs.
Leased / Rented Vehicles
Many companies hire vans and vehicles to fill the gap for when vehicles are off the road for repairs or to meet a growth in demand from your customers. Using the Quartix Plug & Track is a great way to ensure that the leased vehicles are tracked consistently with the rest of your fleet. Making sure there are no ‘gaps’ in fleet data – whether you used leased or owned vehicles.
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Download the Plug & Track Self-Install Guide
Quartix vehicle tracking devices are very easy to install. You can download and follow our step-by-step guide to get started as soon as your devices arrive.
Download English guide
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Only 4 steps:
- Plug the device cable into the OBD Port in your Vehicle
- Attach the device to a flat surface such as above the dashboard
- Run the engine for 3 minutes and then turn it off
- Check your inbox for a confirmation email from Quartix
If you need help locating your OBD port use our OBD locator tool.
Watch the installation video
You can also watch this video for step by step details on how to install your Quartix tracking device.
OBD Port Types
Once you’ve located the OBD port, you will need to tell us what type of OBD port you have so we can ship the right cables: