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GPS for boat #13631048 07/15/20 12:57 AM
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I need some opinions on reasonably price gps trackers to put in your boat in the off chance you need to find it. Don’t need an alarm, just gps.

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Several that are stand alone that are inexpensive and usable via smartphones and internet. Look at Clifford brand and Xcaliber brand. Xcaliber is at caralarm.com. Clifford is a Directed Electronics brand.

I put one on my sons car. Parts were around $100 and the plan was around $250 a year for unlimited checks. Also was able to set perimeters so it sent me a text if the vehicle left a preset geofence.


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