Eye on the Wheel

Never lose sight of your vehicle, thanks to these tracking apps

Published: 10th September 2015 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th September 2015 06:11 AM   |  A+A-

Personal vehicle tracking apps like Map My India and Auto Cop not only give you real time location updates on your vehicle, but show details about the ride, fuel usage and mileage.

Read on to find out more about how you can be safe and also get out of difficult situation.

GPS Vehicle


Great for people who have a fleet of cars, this app (launched earlier this year), shows the vehicle’s last known location, along with details like date, time and speed. You can set speed limits and fuel refill alerts, and get directions to the nearest vehicle or location of your choice. On Android.


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It may be over five years old, but the app’s new set of user-friendly features makes it a great addition. Like the one that notifies you if your car breaks the speed limit or is being driven roughly. Other highlights include Nav Tra (navigation with real time traffic info) and a panic button. The Geo Fence feature also allows you to set a perimetre which, if your car moves out of, you will be alerted. Available for Android.

Car Tracking System

Besides the usual features, the app can start your vehicle’s engine remotely and send alarms to your smartphone for low battery. Launched this year, it helps you schedule the car’s next maintenance and displays a digital odometer as well. On Android. Details:

Tracking Genie

Another app (launched this year) for fleet of cars has it all - from reports of locations and rides, to speed and fuel management. A highlight is its thermal sensor, which notifies you if a prowler attempts to steal your vehicle. On Android.



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