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Serbia pilots GPS tracking for government cars

by GPS4US 2013-07-12 17:19
In an effort to cut fuel costs, the Serbian government has already begin a pilot project that could lead to tracking about 1,000 government vehicles with GPS tracking systems.

The project has a high potential return for the government, which could save up to 10 million euros per year.

“In three months (since the pilot began), thanks to the installation of the GPS system, we reduced our costs as much as three times,” Serbia’s Minister of Finance Mladjan Dinkic said, according to When these devices would be installed in all government vehicles, we could save up to 10 million euros per year.”

It’s just one more example of how GPS can improve both government and civilian life.

The Serbian government is hoping to prevent a common problem of private use by the cars’ drivers. Overall, installation will cost about 100,000 euros, and monthly GPS service fees will run about 7,000 euros, a high rate of savings compared to current costs of fuel.

But, of course, you don’t need to be a government official to outfit your car with the best GPS devices. If you’re looking for your new automotive GPS device, you might want to check out the Garmin nuvi 30-50 series.

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