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Cemeteries Embrace GPS Tracking to Locate Graves for Visitors

You have probably noticed in your own short lifetime that modern grave markers are less distinctive and unique than the headstones of yesteryear. While those large granite markers do have character, they don’t fit with the trend of making cemeteries look less like burial grounds and more like meadows. Developer Richard Weintraub is facing this..

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Less Expensive McLaren, New Tesla: It’s Not a Car & GPS Tracking Device for Pets on Flights

Fleet Management News Digest from GPSTrackIt.com …Featuring periodic updates on new fleet vehicles, fuels, laws, regulations, technology, PLUS some fun stuff… 2015 New York Auto Show: McLaren unveils its 570S Coupe McLaren Automotive is going down-market. The race car company has unveiled the first in a promised series of more affordable Sport Series road cars..

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GPSTrackIt.com Enhances Fleet Manager to Support Multiple Vehicle Groups

Fleet managers and dispatchers have increased flexibility in managing their vehicles. GPSTrackIt.com introduces new multi-group membership for vehicles and assets. Temecula, CA  April 1st, 2015 – GPSTrackIt.com introduces the ability to have vehicles belong to multiple vehicle groups simultaneously.  This feature enables groups to be ‘nested’, expanding the reporting and alerting capabilities of Fleet Manager,..

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Five Unusual Uses of GPS Tracking Technology

Since President Ronald Reagan and his administration made GPS tracking technology available to the public in the mid-1980s, its use has continued to become more integrated in our lives. For most people it remains associated with mapping and navigation functions, but enterprising individuals have found some truly creative ways to use the technology. Here is..

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Gasoline Use Lowest in 30 Years, Step-by-Step to Best New Car Deal & 2016 Camaro

Fleet Management News Digest from GPSTrackIt.com …Featuring periodic updates on new fleet vehicles, fuels, laws, regulations, technology, PLUS some fun stuff… Gasoline Use Falls to Lowest Level in 30 Years The average gasoline consumption by Americans is at its lowest level in at least 30 years, according to a report from the University of Michigan’s..

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#IdTrackThat – What Would You Track with GPS Tracking?

Here’s a little humorous parody of what cannot be tracked with GPS tracking 😉 … There are many mysteries that continue to confound brilliant minds: What was the purpose of Stonehenge? What are all those Easter Island dudes staring at? Why does some miniature version of the Bermuda Triangle exist on your desk that is..

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