Getting Started

First Steps

Installing your Device

Installing your GPS device is as easy as plugging in. The PNP-2000 is a non-diagnostic tracking device intended for light-duty vehicles (’95 or newer) with an OBD-II port.

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Meeting the Portal

Navigate to the Portal and log in with your provided credentials. After you have successfully logged in, what you see is your default screen. This is the Map, it allows you to see the location of each of your vehicles on the left side of the screen and your controls are positioned on the right side of the screen.

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Mastering the Map

Exploring Map Features

Next, you will want to explore scheduling reports, configuring alerts, and managing vehicles.

Use the following links to learn how to master the Map with helpful resources:

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Using Your Resources

Continuing Your Education

Many self-service resources are also available on the GPS Insight Help Center such as product documentation, online help, video tutorials, product updates, Best Practices, Deep Dives, knowledgebase articles, and more.

We recommend you check out the following links to increase your knowledge:

First Steps

Logging In

Head over to the Portal to login with your credentials. The Portal requires Internet connection (DSL, broadband, or network connection recommended).

Meeting the Portal

After you have successfully logged in, what you see is your default screen. This is the Map, it allows you to see the location of each of your vehicles/assets on the left side of the screen and your controls are positioned on the right side of the screen.

Use the following link to learn how to use the Map:

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Mastering the Map

Exploring Map Features

Next, you will want to explore scheduling reports, configuring alerts, and using intergrations.

Use the following links to learn how to master the Map with helpful articles, videos, and courses:

I want to learn about:

Using Your Resources

Continuing Your Education

Many self-service resources are also available on the GPS Insight Help Center such as product documentation, online help, video tutorials, sample reports, blog updates, frequently asked questions, quarterly webinars on new features, installation guides, knowledgebase articles, newsletters, and more.

We recommend you check out the following links to increase your knowledge:

First Steps

Logging In

Head over to the Portal to login with your credentials. The Portal requires Internet connection (DSL, broadband, or network connection recommended).

Meeting the Portal

After you have successfully logged in, what you see is your default screen. This is the Map Dashboard, a large map that allows you to see the location of each of your vehicles/assets.

Use the following link to learn how to use the Map Dashboard with helpful articles, videos, and courses:

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Mastering the Portal

Exploring Portal Features

Next, you will want to explore creating landmarks (also known as geofences), adding attributes, scheduling reports, configuring alerts, and using intergrations from the Portal.

Use the following links to learn how to master the Portal with helpful articles, videos, and courses:

I want to learn about:

Using Your Resources

Continuing Your Education

Many self-service resources are also available on the GPS Insight Help Center such as product documentation, online help, video tutorials, sample reports, blog updates, frequently asked questions, quarterly webinars on new features, installation guides, knowledgebase articles, newsletters, and more.

We recommend you check out the following links to increase your knowledge:

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