Ghost Rider Personal GPS Tracker debuts

Shane McGlaun - Feb 17, 2011, 5:41am CST
Ghost Rider Personal GPS Tracker debuts

I know someone that has a grandparent with Alzheimer’s and they have to keep a constant eye on him everywhere because he wanders off and forgets where he is and who he is with. There are people all around the country live with this sort of thing every day. A new device has been unveiled from RM Tracking that is called the Ghost Rider that makes keeping up with the elderly, kids, or personal property like cars a snap.

The small tracker is able to provide real time tracking details on a person or vehicle. It has a location history with full address, date stamp, and time stamp. The compact device is 4-inches long and 2.5-inches wide making it easy to store and hide out of the way in a vehicle.

The Ghost Rider has an internal antenna and internal memory that can store five days worth of tracking data. The tracking device needs a monthly service plan with 500 locates for $16.95 monthly. Up to unlimited locates for $79.95 monthly. The Ghost Rider sells for $395.

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