Some of the best GPS tracking devices for cars
One could have numerous reasons for keeping track of the whereabouts of one’s vehicle. For instance, one might be trying to avoid car theft if it is prevalent in the area that they live in. Another example is if you are the parent of a child who has recently started driving, so you want to ensure their safety and security at all times. GPS vehicle tracking devices ensure peace of mind when it comes to car and driver safety and security, apart from ensuring route planning, directions instructions, vehicle upkeep, etc. Listed below are the best tracking devices you can install in your vehicles:
Zubie ZK30012M GPS Tracker: Zubie focusses mostly on new driver training, complete with real-time GPS tracking, safe drive monitoring which includes alerts for acceleration and hard driving, excessive speeding, etc. The feature called the Fuel Finder’ locates the cheapest fuel near you, as well as send alerts for low fuel, oil changes, worn out batteries, and check engine lights. It is priced at $99.95. Its advantages are monthly driving reports generation, maintenance alerts and easy setup, and disadvantages are delays in data updates, frequent app updates and sharing data with third parties according to user agreement.
Spy Tec STI_GL300: This portable, mini real-time GPS tracker is more of a spying’ module which doesn’t require being plugged into the car’s OBDII serial port, so it can remain hidden from the driver. The two-week lasting battery, the one-year data backup to a Cloud service, receiving alerts for geo-fenced areas, and accelerometer detection makes Spy Tec a great real-time tracker. It is priced at $69.95 (50% off the MSRP) with a subscription price of $25/month. Its advantages are two-week long battery life, one year data backup, and the tracking platform working on any device
Optimus Real Time GPS Tracker: This GPS tracking system sends alerts for panic, battery status, and geo-fencing, in addition to speeding. The system has an iOS and Android app both, with unlimited saved data history for the tracker. Additionally, they make a highly-recommended magnetic waterproof case for the system as well. The Optimus Real Time tracker’s price is $79.95 (19% off MSRP), with a subscription price of $19.95/month. Its advantages are great customer service, two-week battery life and dedicated mobile apps, and its disadvantages are lack of constant tracking and tracking.
Vectu Portable Vehicle Tracker: The Vectu is another great battery-powered unit, which employs the my Apsenta app on both Android play store and iOS. It provides standard notifications, either via SMS or in-app for aspects such as unauthorized movement and entry into geo-fenced areas. For those who have multiple vehicles. The USP of Vectu is the subscription cost, which is $15/3 months or $50 prepaid annually.