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What To Do If You Need a GPS Rental

GPS technology used to be reserved only for military purposes, however beginning in the early decade GPS has really exploded on the consumer market. Now, GPS units are in cars, laptops, and even cell phones! GPS units have always been a lifesaver for hikers and drivers, and are now frequently offered for rent by car rental agencies. For a few dollars a day, the GPS can provide you priceless peace of mind.

If you plan to be hiking or exploring out in the wilderness, then the GPS isn't just optional; it's a requirement. These types of units are usually handheld, and can easily fit in most pockets. Garmin has several models fitting this criterion, including eTrex models and GPSMAP models.

Alternatively, GPS units also come configured for automobiles. These units are usually larger, and have special adapters that are designed to run off car power, usually a cigarette lighter. More advanced models have features such as turn-by-turn voice navigation.

After picking out the GPS unit that best meets your needs, the company will send you the unit via common mail carrier, usually UPS or FedEx. After you're done using the unit, you return it to the company using a prepaid shipping box. The system is very easy to use and is quite convenient for the renter.

Note that when renting GPS units, most companies will require a security deposit. This is because the risk of theft in the industry is high; thus, companies will often require a security deposit ranging from $100 to $200 dollars. Companies will refund you the security deposit as long as you return the unit in good condition.

You'll also have to get a GPS unit specific to your area of travel. For instance, most models come with domestic and international models. If you plan on traveling internationally, make sure your model is the international model. Nothing would be worse than being stuck in France with a GPS unit that only has American cities.

GPS units do not cost that much to rent, and are commonly available to rent in 3 day, 7 day, 2 week, and 1 month intervals. Advanced and car units usually cost around $70 a month to rent. Smaller handheld units can be had for as little as $1 a day. Different companies will have different rates, so if a certain company doesn't have what you're looking for, don't be afraid to look elsewhere. Thanks to the internet, you'll always have plenty of options.

It's possible to get a GPS rental from a local store, but these will often not be their primary line of business. On the other hand, there are internet companies whose only purpose is renting GPS units to people. Because this is their specialty, their prices might be much lower than local shops.

If you need a GPS rental, start by identifying what you need a GPS unit for. Look for models that will suit your needs and are affordable to you. Finally, reserve your unit and wait for it to arrive. After spending a few weeks with one, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.



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