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Nokia vehicle tracking spy

 We will provide you with the means of carrying out this personal tracking by yourself at home or on the go, without having to commit to any long term contracts and without having to rely on any third parties to do the tracking for you.

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Whether it’s for Google Maps and navigating to dinner on a Saturday night or hiking through the woods, utilizing GPS has become a staple in our everyday lives. In fact, it’s become such a daily occurrence that we often forget it’s there, but its uses go far beyond navigating to the nearest coffee shop while traveling out of town. Tracking people, pets or automobiles via GPS has vastly improved in recent years, so let us help you find the tracker that's right for your needs.

The Spot Gen3 is a hiker’s dream GPS tracker and it has a rugged outer shell that’s more than capable of withstanding harsh environments. The rubber edge wraps around the plastic exterior guarding against shocks and impacts and even seals the body for waterproofing. While the build quality is notable, it’s the support of a satellite phone system that truly makes the Spot stand out. Unlike most GPS trackers that rely on a cellular signal, the Spot works on a satellite phone line that allows it to broadcast location data in places that most cellular GPS trackers cannot reach.

Simple, tough and highly accurate properly describe the Trax Play Kids' GPS tracker. Capable of working in over 33 countries, the one-ounce Trax allows parents to be notified whenever a child leaves a designated safe zone. The Android and iOS smartphone apps allow location tracking directly to the Trax unit, as well as augmented reality and on-demand notifications. The Trax unit itself is well-built and capable of withstanding extreme temperatures (it's also water and dust resistant). Trax Play also holds the title of being the world’s smallest and lightest GPS live tracker.