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NationLink Wireless, Fleet One to Offer GPS

July 12, 2007 - Press Release

NationLink Wireless and Fleet One recently announced a joint agreement to offer an enhanced GPS tracking system to all Fleet One customers. Through Fleet One Vehicle Tracking, developed by NationLink’s AIC-GPS business group, Fleet One will offer customers the benefits of GPS tracking along with a customized feature to direct drivers to stops that accept the Fleet One fuel card for fueling, repairs and other services.The benefits of NationLink’s AIC-GPS solution include improved vehicle routing, reduced fuel costs, decreased idle time and lower insurance premiums. Through Fleet One Vehicle Tracking, the two companies are taking those benefits a step further by offering fleet managers a customized program powered by both cellular and GPS technology.Through Fleet One Vehicle Tracking, fleet managers will access information through a password-protected Web site and provide drivers with information via cell phone or two-way radios.
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