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WirelessDevNet.com Press Release

TrackingTheWorld Recommends EnduroPro GPS Tracking Device for Teenage Drivers


With worries of proms, high school graduations, and summer vacation hovering in the minds of parents everywhere, TrackingTheWorld is reminding parents of the benefits of GPS tracking devices, specifically the EnduroPro, to monitor teenage driving habits and locations. As car accidents remain the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, using GPS tracking for teenage drivers is more common than ever before.

“Real time GPS trackers, such as the EnduroPro, and access to GPS tracking software allow parents to know where their teenager’s vehicle is at any given time, and how fast the vehicle is traveling,” said Gilbert Walz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld,  a firm exclusively specializing in GPS tracking technology for more than ten years.

The Enduro Pro tracker, about the size of a credit card, is ultra-compact, convenient, and simple to use—even for inexperienced GPS users.  “It’s fast and accurate tracking capabilities ensure that parents receive location updates on their teen quickly and reliably,” said Walz  The versatile tracking device can be carried on one’s person, tossed into a handbag or backpack, hard-wired to a vehicle, or simply placed in the glove compartment.

When used with TrackingTheWorld’s GPS tracking software, the EnduroPro also allows parents to create predetermined boundaries, for their teenage driver.  When a boundary is crossed, parents will be alerted via cell phone.  The tracking device also features a panic button which transmits a rapid series of location alerts to selected contacts.  “GPS trackers provide kids with an added layer of personal security, and parents with additional peace of mind,” said Walz.

Founded in 2003, TrackingTheWorld is based in Burlingame, California, and offers a broad selection of GPS tracking devices and accessories.  For more information about GPS tracking systems for teenage drivers, and opportunities for GPS tracking dealers, please call 650.692.8100 or visit http://www.trackingtheworld.com/.
 



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