gps 7100

For small trucking companies or anyone who wants to keep track of a vehicle (like, maybe, parents of teenagers), the GPS 7100-B from Rocky Mountain Tracking sounds like a bargain. The $520 unit installs with magnets, can supply the usual GPS data like location, speed and direction of travel, and can also be used to disable a vehicle over the net. There are no monthly fees; customers pay only for accessing data. Of course, if you're a fleet owner or need to track your kids 24-7, those fees can add up, but if you just need occasional updates, this can be a cost-effective solution.

[Via The Red Ferret Journal]

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