Advantage PressurePro/Haas GPS

Electronics | GPS/EOBR | November 28, 2011

The H1440 GPS TPMS/Tracking solution from Advantage PressurePro and Haas combines traditional business-tracking information such as location, engine on/off and speed violations with automatic and on-demand real-time tire pressure alerts. The system also can be configured to send text messages and e-mail alerts if the pre-set tire-pressure ranges are not met.

Advantage PressurePro

www.advantagepressurepro.com

(800) 959-3505

Haas

www.haasgps.com

(866) 524-4227

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