In warm weather months in North America, recreational activities ramp up to a feverish pitch as people take advantage of activities that are performed on recreational vehicles. Being out of doors, these items are subject to theft and abuse. Owners are tasked with keeping them under control at all times. |
That is why a GPS locator unit is mandatory equipment, not just a nice-to-have add-on. Here are the different types of equipment to which one of these units can be attached. Motor homes. Most people think only about GPS Navigation units for their vehicles, but a GPS locator can help track your vehicle and provide information like location, direction of travel, and speed. It can be used to monitor progress on a vacation, too. Four wheelers. Incredibly popular and high on the list of theft items, four wheelers provide a lot of fun for the buck, but can be difficult to keep track of if they are used in rental situations. Given their off-road capabilities, they can be found almost anywhere. What better way to keep track in case someone gets lost? Personal watercraft. Whether it is a boat or small jet ski, these pleasure crafts are able to be monitored 24x7 with the correct GPS locator device attached in a location that keeps them from becoming fully submerged. Playing hard on the water has its inherent dangers. Why not keep up with a GPS locator? Pop-up campers. Sure, it just follows along behind your vehicle when it is being towed and then sits there for your benefit when you are camping. But, did you know that theft among these items is on the rise; mainly because of the money that they can bring on the black market. Motor scooters. Easy to move and great on gas mileage, these people movers are prime targets as well. Extra vehicles. It is still popular to pull an extra vehicle behind a 'diesel pusher' RV unit. Those vehicles can be outfitted with a GPS locator device as well.
The investment into a GPS locator device is low compared to the cost and aggravation of losing something to thieves; especially when you factor in the cost of the deductible. Consider a GPS device as an investment. It is a small price to pay for peace of mind that it brings. Do yourself a favor and protect your recreational vehicles with a GPS locator device this season.
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