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The TomTom PRO 9150 is a Portable, All-in-One Fleet Management Solution

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This unit combines navigation, GPS tracking and work-order communication in an easy to use, portable solution.

| September 27, 2011

Designed to help businesses improve productivity, the TomTom PRO 9150 is a portable fleet management solution that requires no installation and can be moved easily among vehicles. The PRO 9150 helps drivers save time on the road with improved route guidance and real-time traffic updates.

The PRO 9150 combines navigation, GPS tracking and work-order communication in an easy to use, portable solution. The PRO 9150 provides businesses with a complete fleet management solution.

TomTom HD Traffic recognizes traffic conditions on major and secondary roads and delivers real-time traffic updates every two minutes so drivers can steer clear of traffic.

The PRO 9150 also works with TomTom WORKsmart to deliver vehicle tracking, job dispatch, time management, eco driving and management reporting via TomTom’s WEBFLEET subscription.  

For more information visit www.tomtom.com.

 

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