We are Jacob and Justina, regular married people with two kids and focused on making the most important thing about GPS systems as easy as possible: finding your stuff.
We’ve created GPS Tracking Made Easy to solve the problem we had, and now we want to help you solve any problems you have.
Why we are in business
I’ve been an amateur drag racer my entire life, a love passed down by my dad. Of course, this hobby means a lot of money can get invested into racing, like a truck or motorhome, a trailer, and obviously the racecar itself. You can spend as much or as little as you want on a rig and racecar, but no matter how much is spent, you never want to see it stolen. Honestly I’d bet my truck and trailer are in the top 10 worst looking rigs at the racetrack and that’s fine because it gets me there. But I sure would want my car back.
My wife and I noticed many people posting to Facebook about how their rigs or racecar got stolen and after some research to prevent it with our stuff determined the process could use some simplification. I was overwhelmed, and I’m the type to rarely get whelmed to begin with. Everything we saw was expensive or complicated and it doesn’t need to be!
I really enjoy taking complicated subjects, understanding them inside and out, and then simplifying them. My training is in Radiology, and since I refuse to stop learning and growing, after xray school I’ve also become certified in both CT and MRI. Ever tried to understand magnets and radiowaves? It took a lot of work, but it was also fun because I’m a bit of a nerd and I like technology.
Then I did the same thing with GPS. You can check out our How GPS Works page for more.
Hearing patients tell me how much I’ve helped them is a fantastic feeling, and I want to do the same protecting people’s things. So we created GPS Tracking Made Easy with the motto: Easy to install, easy to use.
And that’s what we’re trying to do.
But you don’t have to be a racer to appreciate our tracking system. Our trackers can fit onto literally anything with 12 to 24 volt connections.
Tell me because I’m curious. What is it you’re doing now to protect what you’ve worked so hard to get? What do you like or not like about the idea of tracking your things?