Press Releases

· waveCONTROLS featured in the Nov 27, 2013 edition of San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

West Covina Unified School District Implement GPS Network To Keep Track Of School Buses

waveCONTROLS was featured in a news article on the Nov 27, 2013 edition of the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. This article details how WaveControls was able to increase safety and efficiency of the school bus operations for the West Covina Unified School District (WCUSD).

For more information, please refer to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune at

· waveCONTROLS Partners with CrestCapital to offer Section 179 Qualified Financing.

waveCONTROLS Press Release, May 8, 2012

waveCONTROLS partners with CrestCapital to offer IRS Section 179 qualified financing for customers whose GPS Tracking purchases are a minimum of $5000.  This effectively allows a customer to purchase GPS tracking devices for payments of only $6 to $8 per month! Add this to the fact that the entire purchase price will be IRS Section 179 qualified and this effectively produces more cashflow for the customer than if they never made any purchases!!! 

Take advantage of this unique government "bailout" for small businesses before it expires!

Hurry IRS Section 179 "government bailout" expires at the end of 2012. 

·  High gasoline prices boost city revenues.  How will your company prepare for the increased gas prices?

San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Jan 22/2012

In the 1980s and 1990s halcyon days of economic development, cities would see dollar signs when they’d usher in a big box store or auto dealership. In the revenue game, sales tax is king and these big producers were treated as royalty. 

But that was then.  Things have changed.

The changes began with the Great Recession of 2008, when commercial developers stopped biting as easy credit vaporized.  Adding insult to injury, as the economy has begun rebounding, the state has swooped in and snatched away redevelopment, a potent tool for attracting big producers, leaving an economic forecast that’s cloudy for most local cities.

But buried deep in the pages of financial reports is a silver lining.  Since the recession, cities have gradually been benefiting from rising gasoline prices.  Higher prices at the pump means more sales taxes paid per fill up.  As a result, cities in 2010 and 2011 have been seeing gasoline stations rise nearer the top of sales tax revenue producers.

“What we are seeing is higher fuel prices are one of the drivers of sales tax growth statewide,” said Andy Nickerson, president of HDL Companies in Diamond Bar, which works with 335 cities across North America on sales tax audits.

The local share of sales taxes to cities in the San Gabriel Valley from fuel and service stations increased from $5.2 million to $6.3 million in the third quarter of 2011 over the same period in 2010, according to an HDL report to the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments.  The 20.1 percent increase was the largest increase in any category, with the increase of sales tax revenues from auto sales a distant second at 7.1 percent     < To read more, click here >


· California gas prices to hit $4 in spring 2012 and may near $5 in summer 2012!

           Los Angeles Times, Jan 14, 2012

Get ready to pay $4 a gallon or more for gasoline this spring, with possible records close to $5 over the Memorial Day weekend, analysts said … is predicting record spring prices in several cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia and Seattle.  Los Angeles could see $4.70 a gallon.  Chicago could see $4.95 a gallon.    < To read more, click here > 


· waveCONTROLS to open sales and support center in Manila, Philippines. 

           waveCONTROLS Press Release, Jan 3, 2012

Today’s announcement will mark waveCONTROLS Technology Group’s first expansion into the fast growing Asia Pacific region.  We are expecting big things from this expansion with customers already lined up before we even open.  If you are interested in an exciting career opportunity, or if you are a fleet owner and are interested doing business with us, please feel free to email us at  Stay tuned!  


·  DOT Bans Cell Phones for Commercial Drivers, GPS and Fleet Management Solutions Excluded.

waveCONTROLS Press Release, Dec 14, 2011

FMCSA and PHMSA issued a final rule that restricts the use of hand-held mobile phones by interstate commercial motor vehicle drivers (CMV) and intrastate hazmat drivers.  This new rule will take effect Jan 2, 2012.  The final rule prohibits CMV drivers from holding, dialing or reaching for a hand held cellular phone.  This includes all push-to-talk functions such as Nextel or Blackberry PTT functionalities. 

This ban does NOT extend to GPS or fleet management solutions. 

Drivers will be subject to federal civil penalties of up to $2,750 for each offense.  Companies that allow their drivers to use hand-held cell phones while operating a commercial motor vehicle face a maximum civil penalty of $11,000 per violation. 

Get your company in compliance today.  Call us today!


· NY court upholds SECRET GPS tracker installed on an employee’s PRIVATE car

           Wall Street Journal, Nov 11, 2011

ALBANY, N.Y.—A midlevel New York court on Wednesday upheld the state use of a tracking device on an employee’s private car to investigate whether he was skipping work and falsifying time sheets.   < To read more, click here >


· New Rules in effect regarding GPS Tracking purchases in 2012 — IRS Section 179

waveCONTROLS Press Release, Oct 7, 2011

IRS Section 179 allows businesses to receive a tax deduction on equipment and software purchased in 2012, including GPS Tracking devices.  For more information on how to deduct equipment purchases, please click here: 

To calculate your actual tax savings, you can go to the Section 179 calculator:



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