These new, sleekly designed GPS trackers are typically smaller than previous models, though they differ in size, with the smallest being likened to a standard box of matches. The battery life of each unit will vary from seven to ten days to six months depending on its specifications. They all offer the same service and are designed to log a vehicle’s location at set intervals via GPS. Depending on the needs of the client, a report can then be produced that details the route the vehicle took. This document will log the time, location and longitude, latitude and speed of the vehicle, as well as the remaining battery strength.
GPS trackers are now being used for a variety of reasons. Sarah Gallienne, who founded her business back in 2008, explains why she’s seen demand for these devices grow so substantially in recent years.
“Put simply, GPS trackers are a discreet and largely undetectable way of monitoring someone’s activity,” she says. “Their applications are practically endless. For example, many companies are keen to check on mobile employees by logging their journeys; parents are often eager to keep a close eye on children who have just started driving; anxious partners, too, will often fit a tracker to their spouse’s car if they suspect they are not being faithful. In addition, many insurance companies are now offering lower premiums to customers if a tracker is fitted to their vehicle.”
Those interested in hiring GSP trackers from Sarah Gallienne Investigations are encouraged to visit the company’s website for up to date information.
With a head office in Bridgend, South Wales, Sarah Gallienne Investigations employs a specialist team of private investigators and verified agents. Sarah’s professional team of private detectives are able to offer a wide range of competitively priced surveillance and investigative services to clients in the Cardiff area and across the UK, specialising in tracker hire, tracing missing persons and accident investigations. Visit http://www.sgi-