11 Blog Posts From the GPS TRACKING Tag


ATE Racket Report for June 3, 2019

ATE Racket Report for June 3, 2019

The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the NMA blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our supporters in a more coherent up-to-date fashion.   Compiled by NMA Foundation Director James C. Walker and NMA Communications Director Shelia Dunn.  Headlines are from May 25-31, 2019  Texas Governor Gregg […]

4 Technologies That Support Safe Driving

4 Technologies That Support Safe Driving

When you think about technology in your car, you probably think about your infotainment system, the car’s stereo, and maybe the navigation system. But there are actually quite a few new technologies that you can use while you’re driving to make spending time on the road safer. Everything from modern camera systems integrated into the […]

So Much Auto Tech News—So Little Time April 28, 2019 Edition

So Much Auto Tech News—So Little Time April 28, 2019 Edition

Auto Technology seems to be moving at the speed of light and then sometimes it isn’t. Here are a few insights from the past several weeks in the world of Auto Tech. Satellite Cars An opinion piece from Satellite Today suggests that connecting driverless cars is a bit more complicated than first realized. The author […]

Advantages and Disadvantages of GPS and Telematics Systems for Vehicles

Advantages and Disadvantages of GPS and Telematics Systems for Vehicles

Over the last few decades, there has been a massive reduction in vehicle theft resulting from increased law enforcement efforts and built-in anti-theft measures. However, the number of stolen vehicles increased sharply in 2016, worsened by a spree of tech-savvy thieves exploiting keyless entry systems. Unfortunately, criminals will continue to develop high-tech methods to bypass […]

Are you being spied on? 3 reasons why motorists should care

Are you being spied on? 3 reasons why motorists should care

After Edward Snowden leaked NSA documents in 2013, a majority of the public suddenly became aware of how far governments were willing to go in a bid to spy on their citizens in the name of national security. Seven years down the line, nothing much has changed. If anything, modes and methods of spying have […]