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[December 20, 2012]

Innovative GPS Tracker Adds Popular Map

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) December 20, 2012 GoTrack, the online commercial and personal GPS vehicle tracking company, is now offering Google Maps and 1-minute updates to their popular vehicle tracking systems. These additions are set to greatly improve GoTrack’s system interface and capabilities, by expanding them and making them more user-friendly. This comes as good news to GoTrack customers throughout the country who rely on GoTrack’s GPS trackers every day to monitor their vehicles.

Google Maps is of the largest, most comprehensive, and most trusted mapping systems in the world. The GoTrack GPS tracking device displays the vehicle in real time on Google Maps presenting the vehicle’s speed and direction. This information is updated every minute and the data is stored for up to 6 months in GoTrack’s server and more.

GoTrack’s innovative products and services are designed to bring a new level of safety, security and efficiency to individuals and businesses, alike. Their GoTrack EZ device starts at only $199.00 (requires 3 month, half year or one year data plan per unit). They offer vehicle tracking 24/7/365. They work on any PC or Mac, including smart phones like the iPhone and Android. GoTrack is continually updating their products and systems and the latest addition of Google Maps and 1-minute updates are part of their ongoing commitment to giving their customers best-in-class, reliable service.

About GoTrack GoTrack™, Inc. is an online vehicle tracking company that allows customers to inexpensively track their commercial or personal vehicles with real-time, 24/7 GPS accuracy. Founded in 2001, GoTrack seeks to help customers manage their service businesses and to help individuals monitor at-risk loved ones on the road. GoTrack developed their own GPS devices and designed them for easy installation and regular automatic free upgrades to the system, including maps, every time the application is updated. They securely store customer data for up to 6 months. GoTrack has an A+ rating from the BBB. For more information, visit http://www.gotrackinc.com.

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