GPS devices work like personal computers. They record your travel history in the device and send it to anyone at a different location. This can be particularly useful to take notes of the device's trail or list down details of the locations the device has been to. This function helps you make sure the vehicle follows the designated route or that an employee isn’t making any unnecessary stops.
History reports also produce complete details for the device's whereabouts. For each subject or vehicle equipped with a GPS device, information such as start time, end time, duration per stop, location, speed, and distance are delivered, making it easier to calculate operational costs.