Tracked in every places.
Many vehicles today are equipped with a car GPS tracker that uses the global positioning system (GPS) and cellular networks to monitor and report the precise position of the vehicle it’s attached to. GPS trackers are popular among fleet and taxi companies, as well as individual car owners, as they help with theft recovery and vehicle monitoring. Most of these trackers are added by the vehicle owner, but it is possible for a person to equip a vehicle with such a device without the knowledge or consent of the owner. If you suspect that your vehicle has been outfitted with a GPS tracker without your knowledge, there are some simple steps to take to determine whether you’re being tracked.