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Are You Anxious Every Time Your Teenager Gets Behind The Wheel?

As your teen grows up and takes on more responsibility, like driving a motor vehicle, your anxiety levels can skyrocket and for good reason. Speeding is one of the most prevalent factors contributing to traffic crashes.  In 2008, speeding was a contributing factor in 31 percent of all fatal crashes, and 11,674 lives were lost in speeding-related crashes.  Some people may say, installing a GPS tracking device in your teens car shows a lack of trust in your teen, but you KNOW that your teen would never speed if you were in the car with them.  A GPS tracker from National Fleet Tracking is the way you can “be with” your teen every mile they drive.

Real Time Information

You can locate your vehicle 24/7 in real time on Google Maps. You can use any phone or computer that has Internet access.

 

 Monitor Speed

Set Speed Limits and receive alerts to your phone or email if the limits are breached. An effective way to teach your teen better driving habits.

 Roadside Assistance

If your son or daughter breaks down or gets lost in unfamiliar areas, you can use your Lifeguard GPS to locate the car and send help. No more guessing where they are!

 Recover Stolen Cars

In America over 1 million vehicles are stolen every year. Don't become a victim of car theft. Your GPS can provide critical information to law enforcement and recover your stolen car quick.

 Safe Zones

Set pre-defined boundaries, routes and locations allowed and disallowed. Get alerts to your phone or email if boundaries are crossed.

 History

Tracking and location data is stored for each vehicle up to 1 year on our system. You can check the history anytime with our easy to use interface.

OUR SERVICE INCLUDES

Only 67¢/DAY!

REALTIME
LOCATION

1 YR HISTORY

SPEED ALERT

REMOTE AUTO
DISABLE*

GEO FENCE
ALERTS

AND MANY MORE FEATURES LIKE:
EMAIL & TEXT ALERTS, GOOGLE MAPS AND MORE!

TEEN GPS TRACKING IN THE NEWS.

"One increasing use of GPS tracking is to monitor the driving habits of teenagers; some devices even send a text message when the car goes over a certain speed. Jimmie Mesis, a private investigator in New Jersey who, with his wife, Rosemarie, publishes PI Magazine, recalled a couple whose 17-year-old daughter had a drug problem and would disappear for hours at a time. Worried that she might overdose, they placed a tracker on her car. When they saw that she was visiting the same house repeatedly, they informed the police, who raided the drug den."