A GPS tracking device is a portable unit that allows users to monitor and track its location. These devices are most commonly used in vehicles as car tracking systems. 

While tracking devices are similar to in-car navigation systems, there are a few key differences. GPS navigation systems show drivers their location on a digital map and then provide driving instructions to get to a designated point. On the other hand, GPS trackers use GPS technology to track a vehicle’s current location and trip history. The GPS data is then broadcasted to a computer, smartphone, or tablet. 

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