Knowing where your loved ones are 24/7 provides peace of mind. Whether you are interested in tracking a newly licensed driver, an elderly parent, a caregiver transporting your loved ones or your college student living far from home, personal tracking provides the security you are looking for. It’s truly as if you were riding right alongside that driver.
An easily installed tracking device can provide the user with vehicle information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You’ll know every time the ignition is turned on or off, every stop the vehicle makes (exact address and cross street), and you’ll see a “breadcrumb” trail between stops that shows how your loved one progressed from one location to the next. Each breadcrumb trail also reports the speed the vehicle was traveling at. All of this information, and more, is available via a secure website and on a mobile device. In addition, you can designate Safe Spots, such as your teen’s school or your aging parent’s home, and you can receive text or email alerts when the vehicle arrives at and leaves those locations. You will not only have peace of mind, you could save on insurance premiums. A number of insurance companies offer reduced rates for vehicles that have a GPS tracking solution.
Safety, Security, and Peace of Mind 24/7
Encourage safe driving practices
Monitor driver behavior
Avoid unauthorized vehicle use
Track and locate lost, stolen or distressed vehicles
Monitor engine hours
Save on vehicle insurance premiums
Recently our daughter made the 15-hour trip from Virginia to Naples for the holidays. She left Virginia in the afternoon, which meant she would be driving through the night. We were able to keep track of her the whole way. We could see her speed, her location and the stops she made. Yes, we could have called her to get these updates but we wanted her to be safe so distracting her with a phone call is not ideal especially while she was driving in the rain and in the dark. The best part, I knew the moment she was turning into the driveway so I could run outside to welcome her home and give her a hug.