Haas GPS introduces new GPS Tracker

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Haas GPS introduced the Haas Text-N-Track H1000 GPS Tracker for enhanced vehicle security and monitoring. The Text-N-Track H1000 offers standard features that enable owners to locate their vehicle in real-time via cell phone or computer, receive alerts if the vehicle is stolen or towed, set maximum speed limits, geographic boundaries and curfew times and receive immediate notification if any conditions have been violated. The H1000 has virtually unlimited applications for tracking vehicles, including sales managers monitoring field sales calls, rental car companies, or managers of large fleets of vehicles. Insurance companies have also expressed keen interest in the system and some offer discounts for vehicles equipped with the GPS Tracker.

The H1000 can also keep track of vehicle maintenance schedules (oil changes, tune-ups, etc.), and will alert the owner when the vehicle’s battery starts to run down. In addition to its standard features, several optional features can be included, such as remote door lock/unlock, “Car-Find”, which can locate your vehicle in a parking lot by flashing the lights and honking the horn, and Starter Interrupt, which prevents unauthorized use of the vehicle. The system can ‘supercharge’ the vehicle’s alarm system by notifying the owner if the alarm is triggered. The H1000 is safe, secure, easy to use and its features can be tailored to the customer’s needs on a home computer, the company says.

Once installed, the H1000 comes with 90 days of unlimited two-way communication, and continued operation is on an annual subscription basis equaling only $15.00 per month. No extra fees or overcharges means the H1000 is less expensive to own and use in the long term. An optional five year $5,000 Performance Warranty is available for $100.00 payable in the event the vehicle is stolen and not recovered within 30 days.

The Haas Text-N-Track H1000 GPS Tracker, made in the U.S., has a suggested retail of $695.00 and is available for immediate shipment.