Paula from Memphis, Tennessee is worried about her daughter, who regularly drives down a 30-mile stretch of highway with no phone service. Paula couldn’t help but wonder, “If something were to happen, what would we do?”
Luckily, I knew just the gadget to ease her worries. It’s called the Spot satellite, and you can buy a few different versions depending on your needs.
These trackers are primarily made for hikers. If you’re in an area with no cell phone coverage and you need to reach out, you can just hit a button to send your precise location to first responders as well as your emergency contact list. It’s like an insurance policy: You may never use it, but when you do, you’ll be glad you have it.
There are a few different options Paula’s daughter can choose from. There’s a $150 device that can fit in your pocket. A $250 gadget provides two-way satellite messaging so you can send more specific details. I recommend browsing through the site, reading up on each device and picking the one that gives you the most peace of mind.
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