Chrysler Introduces Vehicle Tracking System

If you’re a concerned parent of a teenage driver or worried about your car being stolen, Chrysler has a new device for you.

The Mopar Electronic Vehicle Tracking System helps in theft recovery, and if you’re forgetful, the system will tell you where you last left your car as part of the base plan. Move up to the Silver plan and it will tell you via text message when someone is driving your vehicle too fast or too far.

The dealer-installed system will be available on any new or used Chrysler vehicle and other makes, too.

Going beyond what some systems offer, the Chrysler system will offer arrival/departure notification, maps of a vehicle’s past locations, 24/7 emergency service dispatch, online tracking and an on-board panic button on the Silver plan.

Third-party competitors like LoJack actually cost several hundred dollars more than the Chrysler system, but that price includes installation, which the Chrysler system does not. In the case of LoJack, the system doesn’t give you nationwide detection, so it’s possible for someone to drive out a coverage area, rendering the system ineffective. Chrysler’s system uses GPS, so its coverage is nationwide.

Systems like GM’s OnStar offer the same services, but charge monthly subscription fees. The base plan (simply vehicle recovery) has no monthly fees and is fully transferable; Silver and Gold plans do have yearly customer charges, but they’re cheaper than Onstar’s two-tiered service plans. The tracking aspects of the Chrysler device are similar to Ford’s MyKey system, which is combined in option packages or comes standard on some trim levels of the latest Ford products.

The Mopar system is available on all Chrysler vehicles or any vehicle with a 16-pin data port, which most 1996 model year and later cars have.

Continue reading below for the specifics of each plan and the cost.

Mopar EVTS Base Plan  

  • GPS stolen-vehicle locator service 
  • Real-time GPS stolen-vehicle tracking 
  • $1,000 theft protection warranty
  • Transferable 
  • Upgradeable 
  • $459 (does not include installation) 

Mopar EVTS Silver Plan  

  • E-Call 24/7 emergency service dispatch 
  • Automatic theft notification 
  • On-board panic button 
  • Excessive speed notification 
  • Arrival/departure notification 
  • Historic trace maps of vehicle’s past location 
  • Online tracking  
  • Annual fee: $149 (one-year service, renewable) 

Mopar EVTS Gold Plan (available only at time of installation)

  • All features on Silver Plan  
  • Full concierge service (receive directions, make reservations, etc.) 
  • Annual fee: $249 (one-year service, renewable)
By Colin Bird | September 28, 2010 | Comments (9)
Tags: Chrysler, Safety


This is good information about the car theft.Vehicle Tracking System introduced by Chrysler is very useful for all vehicle users,because it has Mopar Electronic Vehicle Tracking System it helps in theft recovery.


Can't thieves use this system to track and hack vehicles too?


Anybody sees big brother behind the corner?

The vehicle tracking system introduced by Chrysler is really very useful for vehicle holders because it can helps in theft recovery.

It is a very helpful device for the Parent also because now they can keep an eye every time on their kids who are teenage driver or also can save their car being stolen by the help of Electronic Vehicle Tracking System.

Why use a Gps vehicle tracking system
Did you ever consider the benefits of using the vehicle tracking system? The fleet and vehicle tracking systems monitor, measure and analyze car and driver performance in a real-time manner accurately. Hence it has numerous to offer.
A vehicle tracking system consists of a device placed in a car, truck, boat, RV, ATV or other vehicles which works with tracking softwares or a tracking service to locate the vehicle if it’s lost or stolen.
Locating a stolen vehicle is the most obvious use of a vehicle tracking system. It could save enough time for police to be able to apprehend the thief before the vehicle is damaged or sold.
The vehicle tracking system can also help you in the reduction of operational costs. By tracking and monitoring the movements of your fleets, you will be able to notice any mileage or fuel abuse by members of staff immediately. With the help of this tracking system the vehicles will be directed to more cost efficient routs and you will be able to avoid congestions more effectively. So you can cut down your fuel expenses. Vehicle tracking systems will also help you save time, effort and money doing paperwork and making endless phone calls to keep track of your vehicle fleets.
The shipping services of your company will improve through the use of a vehicle tracking system as well. So customer loyalty will be developed, which is a major factor for the increase of sales. With the gradual growth of your sales achieved over time, your profits will increase as well.

Please contact us if your company want them or want to be a dealer! Thanks

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Don't bother spending your money on this. I'm about to have my 3rd system replaced. You cant complain or get any kind of questions answered online and if you call the customer service number, EVERYTIME the "specialist" are too busy to talk to you and even tho they swear up and down that someone will call you back NO ONE ever does. The dealer keeps telling me this has never happened before, yet I'm on the list for replacement. Hmm.

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