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Topic # 85354 17-Jun-2011 15:41
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Hi there,

Anyone on here got experience with those small GPS trackers that take a SIM card and can be hidden away in cars or motorbikes ?

I'm about to get another motorbike and have a terrible track record of having them stolen (in the UK), I'd quite like a small GPS tracker that I can send a TXT to and have it reply with it's GPS co-ordinates.

Need some idea of how accurate and reliable they are ?  Do they work when the bike is in the back of a van or locked up in a thieves garage ?

Thanks

Mark
 

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  Reply # 482252 17-Jun-2011 15:50
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Mark: Do they work when the bike is in the back of a van or locked up in a thieves garage ?

GPS's generally need quite good line of sight to at least 3 satellites, and do not work indoors in most cases.

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Reply # 482254 17-Jun-2011 15:59
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Mark: Anyone on here got experience with those small GPS trackers that take a SIM card and can be hidden away in cars or motorbikes ?


I've had one in my car for years, brilliant especially when getting alerts if the alarm goes off, or if it gets stolen.

Give these guys a yell: Argus Tracking


disclaimer: they are clients of mine.

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