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Vehicle tracking system: Owners to stay connected with vehicles 24X7

Along with a web portal, the vehicle tracking system paves the way for advanced connectivity

UPLINK, an advanced and compact GPS vehicle tracking system has been launched by CarDekho, an auto-tech firm on Monday.

The vehicle tracking system coming with a one year warranty is available for a one-year subscription and a GPS device at Rs. 4,999.

Able to connect to any vehicle, the vehicle tracking system, UPLINK is powered by a compact plug-and-play device and allows users to gain real-time access to a host of information such as live tracking, rash driving alerts, trips history, driving analysis, geofence alerts, usage stats, and much more. So, round-the-clock safety, security and surveillance of the vehicle is ensured for vehicle owners.

Sushant Bhatt, Business Head, Tech Solutions, CarDekho Group, said in a statement, “UPLINK enables vehicle owners to stay connected with their vehicle 24X7 ensuring total peace of mind. Being true to our name “Cardekho”, you can keep track of your vehicle on your device”.

Uplink Telematics Unit i.e. the GPS device is one of the most compact vehicle tracking system devices in its segment, according to the company, which ensures easy and hidden installation and being plug and play means that it does not require any technician for installation and there is no fear of wire cutting during installation.

Along with a web portal, the vehicle tracking system paves the way for advanced connectivity, ensuring continuous communication between the customer with well-designed and User friendly Mobile Apps available on both Android and iOS Platform.

Depending upon the variant of the car, the device can be easily installed by the user in the 12V port or the OBD port. Along with the product with an annual plan, it comes pre-installed with a SIM. Customer support service is the backbone of any offering at CarDekho and UPLINK also comes with a dedicated call centre team that is available to support the customers.

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