There are basically two types of GPS vehicle tracking devices. The first is a passive tracker or "logger". This means that the GPS data is recorded and saved within the unit to be downloaded at some time later. This type of GPS tracking system is ideal for anyone who wants to view a history of where a particular car or vehicle has been. Both the iTrail and the TrackStick fall into this category. The second type of GPS vehicle tracker is live or "real-time". With this version, the user can access the GPS data right now from a computer or smartphone. The Spark Nano and SleuthGear GPS600 fall into this category. For companies who wish to track multiple vehicles silmultaneously, we offer SLEUTHGEAR LIVE FLEET TRACKING solutions that you can find below. When choosing your GPS vehicle tracking system, you must essentially decide if you want to access your data now or later, and also how if you are tracking one car or a fleet of multiple vehicles at once.
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