Kidnapping and Parental Abduction
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These days all of us are extremely busy and your teens are no different. It can make you crazy trying to keep track of them and their schedules, so what’s a frazzled parent to do?
You definitely want to know where they are at all times, but how can you keep track of them without constantly calling their cell phone (a recipe sure to put you on bad terms). How will you know if something happens to your teen or if they are in trouble of some sort?
For years, parents have been limited to traditional methods of keeping track of their children‘s movements: standing in the playground, watching from the window, or asking them to phone home when they visit a friend’s house. But now anxious mothers and fathers are being offered a distinctly hi-tech method of monitoring their child’s every movement – tracking them by satellite. Relatives can receive text messages about the watch’s location direct from the device, pinpointing the street address of their youngster at the touch of a button.
It’s true that a cell phone is great to improve the safety of your teen, but what if they aren’t near the cell phone or possibly don’t want you to know where they are going. There is a solution and that is a GPS tracker for your teen and their car.
There are two very good reasons to install a GPS tracking device in your teens car. The first is to track the vehicle in case of theft and the second is to ensure the safety of your teen.
Teens are notorious for underestimating the danger in many situations and they can often get themselves into trouble without even knowing how. You know about the likely dangers your teen might encounter, but getting them to listen to you (and believe you) is often an exercise in futility. So, you sit at home nights praying that your teen gets home safely. With a GPS tracking device installed in your teens car the need for you to worry is dramatically decreased.
You can keep track of where they are, where they are going and when you can expect them to arrive back home. Best of all, if they do not come home on time you can contact the police and have them easily track down the car, perhaps saving your teen from danger and harm.
There are various technologies that can help protect children, ranging from devices that send out a local alarm that can be heard from a couple hundred feet away, to very sophisticated dedicated GPS tracking devices.
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