The weBoost Drive X cellular signal booster is a simple, effective solution to maintain continuous communication for all cellular-enabled devices - smartphones, tablets, etc - in your car, truck, van, RV, or boat.
BAND 12, 13, and 17 - 700 Mhz;
BAND 5 - 850 Mhz; BAND 4 - 1700/2100 Mhz;
BAND 2 - 1900 Mhz
||50 decibels (dB)
||6V / 2.5A
||6.25 x 4.5 x 1 in / 16.51 x 11.43 x 3.81 cm
||0.77 lbs / 0.35 kg (amplifier only)
The weBoost Drive X Signal Booster for cars and SUVs is extremely simple to install and can be done within minutes:
- Place the Mini Magnet Mount antenna on the roof of your car or SUV. An adhesive disk is included for aluminum vehicles.
- Place the Drive X amplifier under a seat.
- Mount the Low-Profile Inside Antenna to the side of a seat or dash.
- Connect the outdoor and indoor antennas to the amplifier.
- Plug the power supply into your vehicle
Installation will vary across Drive X Vehicle Signal Booster kits. Please take a look at the installation manual, installation video, or call us at 1-800-373-2927 for help.
How does the Drive X work?
The Drive X works in 3 simple steps:
- The outside antenna, whether it's a magnet mount or a hard mount, pulls in weak 4G LTE and 3G signals.
- The Drive X amplifier boosts the signal.
- The inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal inside your car, truck, SUV, RV, or boat.
To learn more about how vehicle signal boosters work, click here.
Why should I buy the Drive X?
The weBoost Drive X is a favorite value signal booster for vehicles, including cars, SUVs, trucks, semis, RVs, boats, and more.
It's an affordable, multi-user amplifier capable of communicating with relatively far distant towers for reliable cell signal on urban, suburban, and some rural roads. You and your passengers will be able to enjoy crystal clear
voice quality, faster data, and longer battery life.
The Drive X is less powerful than its sister booster, the weBoost Drive Reach. If you find yourself driving in extremely rural, off-the-grid areas, we recommend
Please call us at 1-800-373-2927 for a free consultation and answers to any other questions you might have.
How much coverage does the Drive X provide?
In-vehicle coverage all depends on your outside signal strength. In strong signal areas, you can get up to full cabin coverage. However, while driving in weak signal areas, your mobile device may need to be about an arm's length
(or closer) to the indoor antenna.
Indoor coverage for RVs is different since the Drive X RV kit utilizes different antenna configurations. In general, you can get up to 10 ft of coverage from the inside antenna in strong signal areas. The weaker the outside
signal becomes, the closer you'll need to be to the inside antenna.
What's the difference between all Drive X Kits?
The main difference between all Drive X kits comes down to the external antennas. Each antenna is specially designed to fit different vehicle applications for optimal performance. For more details, refer to the Drive X Vehicle
What's the difference between the Drive X and the Drive Reach?
In short, the Drive X is less powerful than the Drive Reach, making the Drive Reach better suited for extremely weak signal environments.
What's the difference between the Drive X and Drive 4G-X?
The Drive X is an upgraded version of the now-discontinued Drive 4G-X.
Do the Drive X kits only work in vehicles?
Yes. The Drive X kits are designed for passenger vehicles only (cars, SUVs, trucks, RVs, etc.). It is not recommended to use any Drive X configuration in residential buildings. Check out our home boosters for