Buying a GPS tracker is often seen as a no-brainer: for businesses it helps companies manage their fleets, ensuring their goods are delivered on time and without any theft or loss. For personal use, people can help keep track of their loved ones and prized possessions, like cars and expensive equipment.
At least – that’s the best case scenario. However, when people buy low-quality GPS trackers, usually because of their low prices, they may end up getting the worst case scenarios:
GPS trackers that just don’t work the way they’re supposed to.
Let’s look at how low-quality GPS trackers will most likely fail you, whether you buy them for your business or personal use. Firstly, let’s look at the business side.