The number of GPS devices in use goes up every day, and the way in which they are used also changes on a regular basis as more and more applications become available.
Consumers use Tracking Devices in many different ways, but here are some of the most common are:
Things that move tend to be easy targets for theft, and cars are certainly no stranger to theft. Having a magnetic GPS tracking device for car, or fleet, can help you to monitor the exact location of the vehicle.
With GPS you can also work out things such as mileage covered and fuel costs just by using a very simple mapping application.
Friends and Family
Now, whilst GPS Tracking devices can be used so that you can snoop on the location of your partner, there are also many more legitimate uses such as keeping track of your kids.
We live in an age where it is unfortunate that even playing out in your own street comes with risks attached, and you can help manage this risk by issuing your family with a discrete Tracking Device
Valuable Assets away from home
Also known as Remote assets, owners of caravans or boats that are kept away from sight for large parts of the year can also benefit from GPS Tracking devices.