When questioned about installing a Global Positioning System (GPS) most people would say that you would use it for trying to catch out a cheating husband, wife, girlfriend or boyfriend. There are however more reasons that you might want to use them, for example to track an employee who is carrying expensive merchandise or important documents, or maybe for an employee that has put in an exorbitant claim for the amount of mileage they claim to have travelled.
For the purposes of this post we will be looking at using this vehicle tracking technique to track a cheating husband, wife, girlfriend or boyfriend.
Let’s start with a little bit of background on the subject of divorce. The Office for National Statistics released the divorce statistics for 2012 and it showed that out of every 7 divorces that were granted were because of the infidelity of either the husband or wife. There has also been research carried out by undercoverlovers.com and it showed that women cheated more often than their male counterpart.
How do we track a cheating husband?
There are 2 main types of systems for vehicle tracking in regular use. GPS and GLONASS, which stands for Global Navigation Satellite System, which is the Russian equivalent of the American GPS. The GLONASS system is primarily used in hand-held devices such as smart-phones. The piece of hardware that is fixed to the car speaks to the satellites using microwaves. The microwaves allow the satellite to tell the monitoring system where you are, where you have been and the length of time it took to get you there. If you are worried that your husband or wife is not being faithful then the data stored on the GPS system can be used as evidence that they were not where they said they would be.
- You can receive regular updates because the system is usually updated every 10 seconds or so. The data can be viewed in real time.
- The tracking device can be placed discreetly on the vehicle.
- These devices are used correctly and within the scope of the law, they can provide invaluable evidence to support your request for a divorce on the grounds of adultery.
- The information can be received by any device that has an internet connection, such as a smart-phone, laptop, tablet or PC. The investigator that has placed the tracking device can issue a daily or weekly report, or, you can request that the data be sent directly to you.
We hope that the information provided in this post, has helped you decide whether vehicle tracking to track a cheating husband is the right option for you. If you are still unsure then contact us and we will be happy to discuss the options that are available to help you.