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Certified GPS Carrier Partners

Track Your Truck’s GPS vehicle tracking systems are certified by top carrier partners, ensuring that your system performs as expected at all times. Our thorough, high-level carrier certification process involves rigorous testing and approval, resulting in quality vehicle tracking devices you can count on.

What Is Carrier Certification and What Does It Mean?

Carrier certification means that the cellular and satellite carriers that provide the Data service have approved a GPS tracking device to be used with their system. By certifying a device, these carriers are ensuring the device will work as advertised and will not provide any conflict with the carrier's network.

Because the conflict that can occur with a non-certified device can be so damaging to the network, the carriers will sometimes ban these devices altogether. This could leave you with a costly system that is worthless if you purchase a system that does not have carrier certification. For this reason, carrier certification is a necessity as you shop for fleet tracking devices.

Our GPS tracking devices are put through a high-level carrier certification process before we offer them to our customers. Rigorous testing helps ensure that our products perform — without problems — on the wireless networks. Our fleet tracking devices have been thoroughly tested and inspected in multiple labs before approval by our trusted carrier partners.

Benefits of Carrier-Certified Devices

  • Assurance that the device will perform as expected
  • Elimination of integration and development risks
  • All FCC, PTCRB and GSM/CDMA network requirements are attained
  • Time and money saved by using a carrier-certified device
    • FCC, PTCRB and GSM/CDMA required approvals can add up to $55,000 in additional costs
    • FCC, PTCRB and GSM required approvals can add up to six months product launch time

Carrier Certification Gives Peace of Mind

Carrier certification gives you the peace of mind that the GPS fleet tracking system you are investing in will work. Carrier certification is not just a stamp on the paperwork that comes with your device. It represents a stringent testing process.

To be certified, each device completes an intense testing and certification process. These devices are put through a stringent testing process at the carrier's lab before they are ever approved to be used on the network. This means that any issues with the devices will be spotted and dealt with before installation in your vehicles.

In addition, carrier certified systems are backed by a warranty that covers the investment. If something does go wrong, you will not be left holding the bill. Because of the certification process, fleet tracking service providers can confidently offer this type of warranty, further adding to your peace of mind.

What is the bottom line? If you are going to invest in GPS fleet tracking for your fleet — to maximize its efficiency and ensure that you are getting the most use out of your vehicles — you can't afford to ignore carrier certification. Carrier certification shows that the system has been thoroughly tested and approved, providing reliable service as you work to keep your fleet on track. As you navigate your choices, be sure to look for a carrier certified option.

Real Vehicle Tracking Solutions from Real People

At Track Your Truck, we are committed to matching your business with the most effective vehicle tracking system. From pure satellite to cellular solutions, we help you find the plan that improves your business and profits. You receive the right GPS tracking device fully tested and activated, so you can start tracking vehicles and increasing cash flow right away! If you have questions about your tracking system, call our office for live, real-time support from caring support staff.

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