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Where Have You Been?

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SHANEA

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Where Have You Been?
« on: March 16, 2007, 12:35:00 PM »
Where have you been?  Where have I been?  Where has my car been?
All kinds of "spooky" possibilities....  Worried that the other half is "not really going to the to work on Saturday afternoon?", then maybe this is for you  :shock:  -  worried that your children are driving too fast or that your employees are visiting the bar in the afternoon?

Don't want to carry a GPS around while hiking or want someform of an autotracker to show that you have summited Casa Grande?  Maybe afix this to your backpack?  

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Mini Gps Tracker
Item No: 82421
Price: $279.98
If you're concerned about where your vehicle is being driven, how fast it's being driven, or need a record of your vehicle's travel, then you need GPS tracking. SkyTRX™ Mini GPS Tracker records driving activity so you can review detailed information about where your vehicle has traveled. Tiny unit picks up signals from GPS satellites and accurately determines its location within 8 ft. and records this data every second. Using this data and the included software, you can accurately determine where the vehicle traveled, how fast it was driven, where it stopped, and for how long. This recorded data can be displayed over a street map, satellite images, and in a text report. It’s ideal for tracking teenage drivers, vehicles operated by employees, employers needing precise vehicle use records, and anyone concerned about improper use of their vehicle. Because Mini Tracker is recording data (not showing it in real time) there's no installation fee or monthly user fee. It has a strong magnet for mounting on a steel vehicle body and a water-resistant design if attached outside the vehicle. Its enhanced GPS receiver can pick up satellite signals almost anywhere in the vehicle -- even when concealed. It stores up to 100 hours of driving data but only needs 2 "AAA" batteries (not included). Data is downloaded from the Mini Tracker using your computer's USB connection. The included software displays the vehicle's travel on a street map and creates a detailed report. Features auto power-saver, power indicator, and signal indicator. Only 3.75" long. This tracking device may not be used to violate privacy rights of others, or in violation of local, county, state, or federal statutes. Consult legal counsel for the interpretation of any applicable laws.

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SHANEA

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I Suppose
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2007, 12:45:19 PM »
I suppose DHS CBP could "affix" one of these to your vehicles unbeknowst to you and then "remove" it when you passed back through.   :shock:   Naw, they wouldn't do that.   :P

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BigBendHiker

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Where Have You Been?
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2007, 07:15:13 PM »
I need to put one of those on my tomcat!  He always goes carousing around at night and comes in with a scratched up nose or ears.  It would be interesting to see where he goes.

BBH

 


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