GPS Nashville is Tennessee’s # 1 GPS installation company located in Nashville, TN.
Since 2002, GPS Nashville has installed hundreds of GPS tracking units on trucks, buses, cars, construction equipment, and watercraft throughout the state of Tennessee, and the continental United States. GPS Nashville has also installed GPS tracking equipment under contract to county, state and federal agencies. GPS Nashville is now offering low cost, no contract GPS fleet management equipment. Companies utilizing this GPS system have experienced a ROI on GPS Tracking equipment in 30 – 60 days. To date we have NEVER removed our equipment due to customer dissatisfaction.
GPS Nashville sells, services, and installs, GPS equipment for over 10 different GPS service providers.
We have installed hundreds of GPS locators in cars ,trucks, heavy equipment, watercraft and more throughout the US.
Contact us for all of your GPS tracking and vehicle management needs.
If you are engaged in civil litigation involving a domestic issue, please read TN laws regarding GPS tracking.
Real time gps tracking units provide:
1. Vehicle Location updated every 10 seconds (no other system offers this feature at our low cost).
2. Engine on and off (save fuel by reducing excessive idling)
3. Vehicle Location History (When and where did the vehicle go after it left the job site?)
4. Vehicle Speed (how fast did the vehicle drive to job site, notification of over-speed available).
5. Vehicle Stop Information (Time, Duration and location of user defined stops)
6. Notifications can be sent to owners and drivers via text, and or email, when violations occur.
Notes on Tennessee’s GPS Tracking Law
IT IS ILLEGAL TO USE A TRACKING DEVICE IN TENNESSEE, FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF MONITORING THE ACTIVITIES OF A SPOUSE, GIRL FRIEND, BOYFRIEND etc… IF YOU, OR AN INVESTIGATOR YOU HIRE, USES A TRACKING SYSTEM ILLEGALLY, YOU MAY BE HELD LIABLE, AND OR MAY BE SUBJECT TO PROSECUTION UNDER TCA LISTED BELOW.
The information you may obtain by using a GPS Tracker for a divorce, or “cheaters case” is not admissible in TN courts. The law below is self explanatory.
Such lawful uses are for monitoring company owned vehicles, and theft investigation use, with emphasis towards stolen goods, or vehicles.
Other permissible uses are for monitoring a minor child operating, or riding as a passenger in a parents, or legal guardians vehicle.
TCA 39-13-606 Electronic Tracking of Motor Vehicles
Except as provided in subsection (b), it is an offense for a person to knowingly install, conceal or otherwise place an electronic tracking device in or on a motor vehicle without the consent of all owners of such vehicle for the purpose of monitoring or following an occupant or occupants of such vehicle.
2) As used in this section, “person” does not include the manufacturer of the motor vehicle. (Such as OnStar)
(b) (1) It shall not be a violation if the installing, concealing or placing of an electronic tracking device in or on a motor vehicle is by, or at the direction of, a law enforcement officer in furtherance of a criminal investigation and is carried out in accordance with applicable state and federal law.
2) If the installing, concealing or placing of an electronic tracking device in or on a motor vehicle is by, or at the direction of, a parent or legal guardian who owns or leases such vehicle, and if such device is used solely for the purpose of monitoring the minor child of such parent or legal guardian when such child is an occupant of such vehicle, then the installation, concealment or placement of such device in or on such vehicle without the consent of any or all occupants in such vehicle shall not be a violation.
3) It shall also not be a violation of this section if the installing, concealing or placing of an electronic tracking device in or on a motor vehicle is for the purpose of tracking the location of stolen goods being transported in such vehicle or for the purpose of tracking the location of such vehicle if it is stolen.
c) The provisions of this section shall not apply to a tracking system installed by the manufacturer of a motor vehicle. (Such as OnStar)
d) A violation of this section is a Class C misdemeanor.