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Automobile Tracker- Monitor Your Vehicles Worldwide

Owning a fleet of vehicles in a professional work field is difficult because of many factors such as the location of the vehicles, information on drivers and so on. 425 more words

Gps Vehicle Tracking

Dr. Uberstone, I presume?

Last Saturday, Connie and I took our first Uber ride—and what a ride it was. Our driver came to America from Iraq over ten years ago, but had only been driving two weeks for Uber. 303 more words


N.Y. State Senator Proposes Using GPS Implants To Track Violent Convicts

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – It’s high-tech and certainly controversial, but with the two prisoners from the Clinton Correctional Facility still on the lam an upstate senator says one way to track future escapees is to microchip them. 509 more words


Why We Do Not Endorse Lost Dog Tracking Devices and Tags

Thanks to the power of social media and the loyalty of our fans,   Lost Dogs of Wisconsin and the sister organizations of  Lost Dogs of America have developed a very large Facebook following and audience (over 200,000 Facebook fans).   547 more words

Lost Dogs Of Wisconsin

A man stole a truck — the GPS ratted him out

A man was arrested in Blainville after a tractor trailer was stolen last night.

As reported by media outlets, Longueuil police used the truck’s GPS system to locate the suspect, who was halted trying to access Highway 640. 12 more words

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Garmin nuvi 55LM vs Tomtom VIA 120/125

Review Level: 100 (Basic)

Winner  – Tomtom 120/125

Well’ I guess that saved your time by announcing the winner in advance. Now the Facts and Basics ; 195 more words

55LM Comparison With VIA

Ola cabs launches operation in Madurai, claims '100 percent traceability'

Besides all the drivers are screened and were appointed only after police verification about their conduct, N Sadhanandhan, Head of Operations, told reporters here.

Ola, which had 60000 cabs across 50 cities in the country, would focus in the next one year on nurturing micro-enterpreneurship, he said. 87 more words