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The Usefulness of a GPS Tracker

by: Shawn Davis

The GPS tracker is fast becoming a staple in society. This is because there are so many uses for these devices. While GPS technology (short for global positioning system) was originally developed for the military, it is now widely used in things like cars and golf carts ó even cell phones. There are even types of GPS tracker that are small enough to be worn on a body or slipped discreetly into a small pocketbook. These handy devices allow people to keep track of others as well as valuables from anywhere where they have Internet access.

One of the most popular uses for the GPS tracker is in cars. This is because a tracker can help the driver pinpoint his or her exact location without any trouble. On top of that, it is also a great way to track the vehicle should it be stolen. Also, service such as OnStar can use a GPS tracker in your car to send emergency help in the event of a car wreck and the driverís incapacity.

And, as one would expect from the name GPS tracker, a GPS tracking system can help you keep tabs on loved ones and even pets. Some trackers are small enough to be attached without too much trouble to a dog or cat. This way, if Fido the dog or Fifi the cat slips away, you can find the errant critter without too much trouble. The same is true with kids. Trackers fit easily in backpacks and are even built into some cell phones. This means that you can be aware of exactly where your teen is at all times.

There are also many recreational uses for the GPS tracker. Geo-caching has become a popular pastime among some. Trackers can help enthusiasts plot the position of the next treasure and then leave something of their own. Additionally, many high-end golf courses equip their carts with tracking that allows you to map the course, and even figure out how far their ball has yet to go.

Acquiring a GPS tracker is fairly easy, and its usefulness is worth whatever amount is paid for it. It is possible to get one for right around $300, but most of them fall between $400 and $1,000 in price for a good GPS tracker.

(c) 2005 Copyright www.spyassociates.com. This article is about: GPS Tracker.

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This article was posted on September 29, 2005

 

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