Drive Sleek OTR | 470235 Cellular Booster

The Drive Sleek OTR is a single-user device for truckers, enhancing cell signal coverage with a smartphone inside an adjustable cradle providing up to 23 dB system gain.

Drive Sleek OTR

Improve your cell phone’s usable range and 4G LTE data speeds with Drive Sleek OTR, weBoost’s most powerful and versatile cradle cellular signal booster for vehicles. A single-user device for truckers, the Drive Sleek OTR enhances cell signal coverage with the smartphone inside its adjustable cradle; designed to hold phones and cellular hotspots from 5.1 inches to 7.5 inches in length.

Once you place your phone in the cradle, the Drive Sleek OTR instantly boosts existing cell signal—allowing the user to experience fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster network speeds, and improved audio and video streaming. This powerful device boosts existing signal strength to your cellular device with up to 23 dB system gain—the maximum amount allowed by the FCC a single-user cradle booster. Included in the kit is a 12VDC power cord with a 5V / 2.1 Amp USB charging port. This port charges accessory devices much faster than a standard 5V / 1 Amp output port.

With the weBoost Drive Sleek OTR, you can enjoy solid cellular connectivity and enjoy optimized mobile carrier network coverage while trucking throughout North America. Includes a user-friendly installation guide to help ensure hassle-free setup inside your big rig.

Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to


  • Boosts signal for all U.S. cell carriers
  • Friendly, U.S.-based customer support
  • All components needed for installation in one package
  • FCC Certified


  • Extends cellular signal range
  • Reliable cell signal and more consistent data speeds
  • Faster data downloads
  • Up to 2 hours additional talk time in weak-signal areas