The lojack system claims to restore 90% of all vehicles to its owners, thanks to a silent radio transmitter fitted cleverly on any vehicles. The GPS system, without all the fuss and ado, does pretty much the same but has its area of applications in several areas apart from vehicle or asset recovery.
Another area in which GPS works well is in the form of GPS tracking fleet management and this involves several vehicles of let’s say, a transportation company that needs to be on top of its delivery times. While not only being able to track a vehicle’s position but also being able to do this consistently helps one to check on employees now and again.
Not only do these fleet tracking systems prevent employees from goofing off but it also reduces insurance rates by almost 35%, and this is purely because of the company using a real-time GPS receiver on their fleet of vehicles. And the installation of the tracking system is not tough at all as most personal users install it themselves, and so one can get started as soon as the system is up and running.
One way or another, using GPS will not only benefit you personally but also in the financial sense as this system will help you save time and money when it comes to your vehicles or even in tracking lost or stolen property.