Tracking system technology is now so affordable and easy to use consumers everywhere are taking advantage of all the benefits of owning a GPS monitoring device! Whether it is a real-time tracker device such as the SilverCloud that will allow you to watch a vehicle as it drives live via personal computer, or a passive device such as the GPS Tracking Key Pro that will record the complete driving history of a vehicle, a GPS tracking system can provide you with all of the answers of unknown driving activity. Have you ever asked yourself:
1. Where Is My Teenager Driving Tonight? 2. Will My Car Be Recovered If It Is Stolen?
3. Is My Partner Really Working Late? 4. How Fast Is My Teen Driving?
5. Will My Aging Parent Get Lost Or Forget Where They Are? 6. Is My Child Safe In This Area?
A GPS tracking system can answer all the questions with precision and accuracy up to 2.5 meters! Knowing your loved ones are safe and secure is something everyone wants to feel for their family, and now GPS monitoring technology can give you that precious information.
Imagine having the ability to see where your teen driver is at or if they are speeding. Imagine being able to find your child in seconds if they are playing outside. Imagine being able to sleep comfortably knowing your relationship is on track and going strong. Imagine never having to worry about an elderly family member getting lost while driving. You don't have imagine with the help of a GPS monitoring system!
Discovering every where a driver stopped, how long they were stopped for, speed driven, route traveled and mileage driven has never been easier!
Watch live from a computer as a driver travels with real-time tracking, or simply record, remove, and review the tracker device to evaluate travel history with a passive tracking system. No matter what your budget, their is a GPS vehicle tracker solution available to meet your needs!
Find out if your teen is speeding, taking the family vehicle for a joyride when you are out of town, or going to places that are off-limits with a vehicle tracking system.
There is nothing more important than family safety and security, and that is why police, school administrators and parents make every effort to monitor teen activity both in and away from school. Unfortunately, schools and police are often more reactive than proactive, often times being behind the curve. That is why so many schools have been so slow to address the growing epidemic of sexting that is occurring on and away from school grounds, and that is part of the reason that led to the untimely death of a teen girl who took her own life after a nude photo led to months and months of abuse from teen peers.
The story of a Montgomery, Ohio teen named Jessica Logan is one of sadness and tragedy. The story of Jessica begins when a young and innocent teen girl made a singular poor decision to snap a nude photo of herself and send it via text message to her high school boyfriend. As most adults know, teens can be cruel and emotionless, and that is why it was not a total shock what happened predictably next. What occurred was the boyfriend began forwarding the nude photo of Jessica to his friends and other high school peers in a move that could be described as immature and classless at best. Once the photo began circulating through the campus, Jessica began to receive verbal abuse and threats from other students on a daily basis, resulting in the girl skipping classes, failing courses and wanting to avoid her peers altogether. Jessica's mother did her best to intervene, contacting local campus police, school administrators and law enforcement in the city of Montgomery, but the officials did nothing to the guilty parties involved.
When News 5 decided to work with a local family in part of investigative news story about teen driving activity they turned to the universal monitoring technology used by big businesses and police agencies, GPS tracking technology. The family who took part of the story was given a vehicle tracking system called the GPS Tracking Key, a device widely used by parents to uncover the unknown driving behaviors of teens, and placed the sophisticated monitoring device on the truck of their teenage driver. The teen who was placed under GPS surveillance during the investigation was described by his mother as "a typical teen". She explained that he would sometimes talk back to her, and that she would never suggest that her son was perfect. As part of the investigation, the news crew explained that the parents were not allowed to inform the teen that his driving activity would be precisely monitored via the GPS unit. After a few days of gathering data, the news team sat with the mother and father of the teenage driver and reviewed the data. What they discovered was that their teenage driver was not as safe or honest has he claimed to be.
Safe driving is a substantial concern for parents who have teenage motorists. This is because the leading cause of premature death among teens today is still automobile accidents, and many automobile accidents teens are involved in is due to speeding or distracted/inexperienced driving. This was one of the primary reasons the parents selected to be part of the investigative story chose to agree to the application of teen tracking, an application that continues to grow in popularity among concerned parents, even those with little technical or computer skills.
Many people probably have some understanding on what dementia is, but most people have no idea the impact the degenerate and debilitating disease has on families and those suffering. Dementia can not only be extremely scary for those who personally have to deal with the illness, but even those family members who find themselves in the position of having to care for their elderly loved ones. The battle is day-to-day, with some days being good and others being bad, but when the bad days do arrive they can be intense and scary. Tracking System Direct believes that it is important for people to get even a small glimpse of the impact dementia can have on family members in an effort that we can all better understand what exactly so many families have to go through on a daily basis. With someone somewhere in the world being diagnosed with dementia every 7 seconds, more needs to be done for us to understand and solve the mystery surrounding this disease that there is no cure for.
One of the scariest things that families who have someone with dementia face is their loved one wandering away or becoming lost. As depicted in the above video, the elderly Asian woman who appeared in control while she was shopping for some food for her granddaughter quickly and inexplicably became confused and disoriented after she purchased some chicken from a local market. Unable to recognize where she was, the elderly woman began begging strangers to take her home so she could feed her granddaughter. As day became night, the elderly woman's family quickly realized something was wrong and began frantically searching for their missing loved one. Although in the movie the family was able to locate the wandering grandmother who was randomly wandering near highly trafficked public streets, in real life many families are not so quick to find a missing family member. In real life people suffering from dementia sometimes are not found for hours, days or even weeks! Although technology has not brought us a cure for the terrible disease it has brought us GPS tracking devices and vehicle tracking technology that can at the very least help families locate and find those who are wandering.
The majority of teenagers who get their license usually start off their driving careers very cautiously, checking their rear view mirror every few seconds, making complete stops at stop signs and never exceeding the speed limit. However, as teens begin to drive with friends they quickly begin blasting music every time they drive, check their rear view mirror less frequently and begin performing a technique known as the "California Roll" through stop signs. Shortly afterward, they begin speeding, and then often times begin speeding excessively, habitually and too frequently. Unfortunately, many teens are programmed with a sense of invincibility, but excessive speeding is something that can quickly remind parents and teens that driving, and more specifically irresponsible driving, can have fatal consequences. With speeding being the leading culprit of teen accidents and teen motor vehicle accidents being the primary cause of premature death among the teen population, many proactive parents are seeing the light, making the decision to utilize technology to promote, monitor and regulate safe driving activity. The form of monitoring technology parents are turning to is called a GPS tracker, and the teen tracker of choice is the SilverCloud GPS.
Real-time tracking systems have a number of advantageous features that include the ability to instantly view where a teen is driving, gain access to places the teen has been and most importantly the ability to alert parents if/when a teen is excessively speeding. Teen safety is always a high priority for concerned parents, and one of the most crucial things a parent should monitor is the dangerous behavior of habitual speeding. Although passive devices such as the GPS Tracking Key can inform parents if a teen was speeding, the SilverCloud GPS will alert parents the moment a teen begins driving over a predetermined safe driving speed. The alert, which is sent from the GPS tracker to a parent's email address or cell phone via text message, is sent the second a teen begins driving too fast, allowing parents to quickly intervene before something dangerous potentially happens.
Losing independence is a very difficult thing for any person to have to go through, but when independence can have a potentially fatal end result than the decision is easy. Many families across the United States are having to make tough decisions regarding an elderly family member's abilities to safely operate a motor vehicle. This is because news headlines are constantly showcasing stories about disoriented or confused elderly motorists swerving off the road, running through traffic signals or hitting pedestrians or other motorists. Many senior drivers no longer have the tools necessary to safely operate an automobile, but the problem has been that many families have not had the tools to discover that their elderly family member could be a dangerous driver. However, that has all changed with the advancement in real-time vehicle tracking technology with the release of the new SilverCloud tracker.
It is no secret that insuring a teen driver is an enormously expensive endeavor. Insurance companies place a great emphasis on driver safety and typical driving habits when calculating your insurance costs, and because teenagers have much higher accident rates and are generally less attentive when behind the wheel, insurance costs for teens can place a massive strain on the family budget. The cost of insuring teen drivers is so high that many youth are forced to stay off the road altogether.
However, there are certain measures that parents can take in order to reduce these insurance costs. By demonstrating that your family has taken all measures possible to ensure that a teen stays safe behind the wheel, you can give insurance companies confidence that an accident will not occur. There are many different methods of accomplishing this. For example, you can install a GPS tracking system into your son's or daughter's car in order to keep track of his or her activities at all times.
GPS tracking systems allow parents to know the whereabouts of their teens 24/7. By keeping tabs on your children in this manner, you can prevent them from driving to questionable places at unsafe times, thereby reducing the likelihood of an accident. This in turn will help to reduce your son's or daughter's driving insurance rates.