What Happens to A Car Tracker Unit If I Sell My Car?

If you sell your car before the end of the car tracker agreement, you can transfer the car tracking contract to your next vehicle. Charges will apply for transferring the contract and installing of the unit in your new vehicle.

You may also cancel the agreement which will also reap cancellation costs. Alternatively, the new owner can also take over the agreement and carry on paying the monthly fee. The new owner also has the option of taking out a new contract while utilizing the existing unit.

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GPS Tracking Can Deliver Vital Info for Tax

Have you got a car tracking device fitted? This could also prove a boon in collecting data for Sars purposes. In principle, a device is a detailed collection of data – calculating the amount of private mileage and business mileage used within a tax year cycle.

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7 Reasons Why You Need A GPS Tracker

GPS trackerIn South Africa’s particularly volatile security situations on the roads, having a GPS tracker system is not merely convenient. It means that additional security features come into play immediately. Peace of mind means additional resourcefulness.

There are many benefits of installing a GPS tracker in your car or your employee fleet. Here are seven of the most important ones.

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How Does A GPS Car Tracker Work?

GPS car trackerGlobal positioning system (GPS) trackers are devices used with the cellphones to track the movement of various vehicles including cars, trucks etc. It allows them to be monitored. It is of importance to fleet managers as it enables them to monitor trucks, so logistically, they are a winner all the way.

A GPS can be used by a company to track the progress of a delivery truck or by parents who want to keep tabs on their sons or daughters.

GPS receives satellite signals which are in turn processed by a receiver. These receivers monitor an exact location and evaluate velocity and time. The position can be recorded as 3D views via four GPS satellite signals.

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