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Inexpensive Starter Interrupt / GPS Devices Solutions?

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Frank Sullens

United States

#1 Mar 15, 2007
We need a starter interrupt / GPS solution for under $200 bucks a pop.

Any ideas?

Rio Rancho, NM

#2 Jun 15, 2007
try passtime at

Rio Rancho, NM

#3 Jun 15, 2007
know any desent banks or finance companys to finance our auto customers.

Seffner, FL

#4 Mar 12, 2008
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WAGO gps

Newnan, GA

#5 Aug 14, 2008
We have units available for under 200 per unit, with no other hidden costs

Bedford, Canada

#6 Sep 11, 2008
Be careful when buying cheap units. Most are no more than a refurb cellphone and most do have network access fees eventually. You are protecting an expensive asset - make sure you get a reliable device. We equip devices from RCI Wireless Control - no fees because they run on their own network. We buy about 100 per month and get them for $199.


#7 Jul 9, 2009
If you want to train your customers to pay rather than chase them around, call On Time @

Inkster, MI

#8 Mar 13, 2010
Frank Sullens wrote:
We need a starter interrupt / GPS solution for under $200 bucks a pop.
Any ideas?
Have you found a solution since this post and if you have, what are you using and what are you paying>

Navarre, FL

#9 Apr 4, 2010
We have used gps and ontime. Ontime is a great collection tool, and it does the work for you, however we experience what we call "code fatigue". We now use the online software but for some reason it does not always give out codes properly and we have do it manually. I love the gps devices because we have total control, such as when insurance cancels, not just on past due payments. The only problem is when they announced the "digital switch" most providers started building the devices to work on GSM networks which are very unreliable and do not work at all in some parts of rural GA. To say all this, Does anyone know of any Devices that operate on CDMA networks such as alltel or verizon?
BHPH Dealer

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

#10 Apr 9, 2010
PassTime is the only way to go, they are the only company with a quality product for GPS or Code Based Systems with the SERVICE to back it up. I have been using them for years GREAT COMPANY.


Navarre, FL

#11 Apr 9, 2010
The passtime GPS units do not work at all in our area. I have tried the code based devices as well but I prefer ontime when it comes to the code based devices.

Waterloo, SC

#12 Oct 13, 2010
Which is better for South Carolina? Passtime or Ontime?

Collinsville, OK

#13 Oct 13, 2010
mwtsales wrote:
Which is better for South Carolina? Passtime or Ontime?
I would go with a GPS device and stay away from the code based systems. Guidepoint has a very solid system at a reasonable price.

Port Orchard, WA

#14 Oct 31, 2010
mwtsales wrote:
Which is better for South Carolina? Passtime or Ontime?
Is Ontime still in business?

Port Orchard, WA

#15 Oct 31, 2010
Is Ontime still in business?

South Saint Paul, MN

#16 Jan 31, 2011
Ontime is no longer in business. If you are looking for a realiable and affordable system try iCollect. Made in North America, and has its own wireless network. No network fees ever. Device is reusable. This is not like many companies on the market who buy a cheap piece of hardware from China, put a sim card in it, then sell it under their own label. Check it out.

Albany, GA

#17 Apr 24, 2011
Stay away from elitetrak and go with goldstar

Petaluma, CA

#18 May 31, 2011
We use Goldstar.
They are the only company that prepays their cellular bill, so you know your unit will work for the duration of the contract. It's the biggest (and in my opionion best) company in this market.

Elgin, SC

#19 Jul 5, 2011
i would like to know how you can undo the device i got a car from a car lot and pay cash for it but you can hot get the car to start it was like that when they got the car to so they didnt try to fix it be for they sold it we have try a lot of things but still wont start do eny one know what it might be

Asheville, NC

#20 Jul 8, 2011
Does anyone know what it takes to start your own GPS and starter interrupt installation service?

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