Mopar introduces Electronic Vehicle Tracking System, helping you locate cars

Article by Christian A., on September 28, 2010

Chrysler revealed today the Mopar Electronic Vehicle Tracking System, a new system powered by Guidepoint Systems, the leader in GPS-enabled stolen vehicle recovery systems. As you may know already, this new system will help you track your car but in a more advanced way.

First of all, Mopar EVTS offers nationwide tracking without a subscription, and it will available for Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram Truck vehicles and vehicles with a 16-pin diagnostic data port. The new Mopar EVTS is offered in three packages: Base, Silver and Gold.

The Base plan will offers a GPS stolen-vehicle locator, real-time GPS stolen-vehicle tracking and a $1,000 theft-protection warranty. The Silver plan includes “Security Fence,” a new feature that will allow customers to set speed and distance parameters for their vehicles.

If and when set parameters are exceeded, a text alert is sent to the EVTS registered owner. The Silver plan will also include arrival/departure notification, historic trace maps of a vehicle’s past locations, 24/7 emergency service dispatch, automatic theft notification, online tracking and OnCall, an on-board panic button.

Furthermore, the Gold plan will offer all of the features seen in the Silver package as well as an unlimited online tracking and a full concierge service, allowing vehicle owners to receive directions, make reservations and receive other needed assistance at the touch of a button using the EVTS registered owner’s cell phone.

If you are interested, here are the prices: Mopar EVTS Base Plan - $459 (does not include installation); Mopar EVTS Silver Plan - Annual Fee: $149 (one-year service, renewable); Mopar EVTS Gold Plan (available only at time of installation) - Annual Fee: $249 (one-year service, renewable).

Topics: mopar, technology

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