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Tracking systems in the service vans

My companyis installing Xora gps systems in the new service vans and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with these? Xora seems to be the up and coming gps to use and is a subdivision off Nextel.
  • Posted 25 Jun 2012 12:39
  • Discussion started by tomas_s
  • Bahamas, Bahamas, The
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My guy installed some "non" name brand GPSs in our tech's vehicles. Aside from the obvious Big Bro stigma they are now being paid based upon what the reports says. Leave the house @ 8:15? You get docked. That is fine but as this gizmos were "?" brand sometimes they weren't so accurate.
I believe if you have a fleet of mechanics who are capable of fixing all kinds and types of lifts (Electric,LP Diesel etc.) the "global dispatch" program would work. My 2 cents anywho
  • Posted 6 Sep 2012 00:41
  • Reply by TheBirdman
  • Oklahoma, United States
I personally do not have experience with Xora, however a good friend of mine owns a H.V.A.C company and recently had these units installed on 6 of his 10 service vans. He has been nothing but happy with these and it seems like christmas morning evertime I talk to him because he is so excited about new features he discovers. His one complaint, if you call it a complaint was the upload process on inital booting.
  • Posted 27 Jun 2012 02:53
  • Reply by lynn_w
  • Colorado, United States

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