Advantages that some GPS vehicle tracking systems have is the ability to log travel details including the speed that your car. By using the travel information logs, users can use the information to compare the accuracy of a cops radar gun in case they get a ticket.
Shaun Malone of California is doing exactly that by contesting a speeding ticket by arguing that his GPS-based tracking system shows that the officer’s radar gun was wrong. Shaun, a 17-year-old was clocked doing 62 MPH in a 45 MPH zone on July 4 of this year, however Malone’s parents who installed the tracking system, say that the travel data on the day in question shows that their son was not speeding in the vicinity of where the ticket was issued.
GPS tracking systems like the SykPatol are used by parents who want to track their teenagers and include features like :
- Track, locate and recover mobile assets via the Internet
- Frequent monitoring reports
- Detect speed and actual location data
- Receive speed alerts on your cell phone and email
- Operates off the United States Global Positioning System (GPS)
- 24/7 Customer Care Center for personalized assistance