People are always conscious about the security of their vehicles. GPS trackers have been an essential asset for car owners who want to protect their cars as it helps to track their exact location.

Besides this, the best car GPS trackers provide the track driving habits, real-time location, speed, vehicle health, and notifications in emergencies or accidents. However, it should be used legally and for good purposes; tracking a person using a GPS tracker without consent is illegal.

Here we have reviewed some of the best GPS trackers for cars with their cost and features:

Bouncie GPS Car Tracker


Cost: $90 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (based on 5,081 ratings)

Service cost: $9 per month


  • Data Retention: Unlimited
  • Notification of accidents
  • Wireless technology
  • Expansive mobile app
  • 15-Second Trip Auto-Refresh
  • Affordable and easily installed
  • Lifetime warranty with premium subscription
  • Monitor speed, fuel levels, vehicle health and location

Bouncie GPS Car Tracker covers the countries of North America including the United States, Canada and Mexico. It only takes a few minutes to download the app, sign in and connect it to the GPS for real-time tracking. It uses 4G LTE to transfer the data.

BrickHouse Security Spark Nano 7


Cost: $19.95 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.3 (based on 7294 ratings)

Service cost: $17.99 to $34.99 per month


  • Magnetic waterproof case
  • Hidden real-time 4G LTE vehicle finder
  • Smallest GPS tracker
  • Mobile app
  • Long battery health
  • Excellent tracking software

This smallest portable GPS tracker has 4G coverage across North America and provides real-time tracking data. This device is battery-powered and includes 1 Lithium Polymer battery. The tracking service depends on the plan of the subscription which is basic, plus, and premium.

Tracki 4G Mini GPS Tracker


Cost: $9.88 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.1(based on 45,017 ratings)

Service cost: $19.95 per month


  • 4G LTE Car GPS Tracking Device
  • 15-second auto-refresh
  • Rechargeable battery
  • International sim card
  • Full USA & Worldwide Coverage (more than 190 countries)
  • Lifetime warranty

This Tracki GPS tracker can be attached to your car using a belt, magnet, lanyard clip or keychain and has various app features. This device provides consistent alerts through SMS and Email. However, this device requires charging every 2-3 days.

Spytec GL300


Cost: $13 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (based on 5,081 ratings)

Service cost: $30 monthly, $300 annually


  • Unlimited 5-second updates
  • 4GLTE super SIM tracker
  • Battery life up to 14 days (low power mode
  • Reporting modes
  • Android/iOS app
  • Coverage in the United States & Worldwide

Since 2006 Spytec GL300 has been helping customers to track and locate cars and other vehicles. It would be best if you charged the battery periodically as it is battery-powered. 

Vyncs GPS Tracker For Vehicles


Cost: $79.99 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (based on 7,127 ratings)

Service cost: $99.99 to $119.99 per year


  • No monthly fee
  • Three-minute refresh
  • Free basic plan
  • Uses international SIM card
  • When a car is off, it rechecks the location every hour
  • Provides trip history and driving Alerts
  • Supported to 'Find My Car' application

This GPS tracker tracks accidents, unsafe driving practices, battery health, car maintenance needs, and fuel levels. Though the cost of this GPS tracker is expensive, customers can benefit from its free basic plan and if needed they can upgrade the plan.

MOTOsafety GPS Tracker


Cost: $29.99 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (based on 806 ratings)

Service cost: $25 per month


  • Google Maps route replay
  • Low monthly cost
  • Hidden vehicle tracker and monitoring system with real-time location GPS reports
  • Geofencing
  • Supported in both iOS and Android
  • Easy to install and use

MOTOsafety GPS Tracker provides a driving report card in the mobile app and has included the driver training program to help teens with their driving test. However, it is sensitive to acceleration and shows inaccurate speed limits.

Optimus 3.0 GPS Tracker


Cost: $30.00 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (based on 227 ratings)

Service cost: $19.95 per month


  • Realtime tracking
  • Battery life up to 1 month
  • Reporting frequency at one minute
  • Coverage: United States of America
  • Notifications by text, email, web app and app
  • Instant and speed alerts
  • Geofence alerts

This small but powerful tracker provides detailed fleet-ready reports and robust tracking and notification options.

Kayo GPS Tracker


Cost: $89.99 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (based on 390ratings)

Service cost: $5 per month


  • Simple and easy setup
  • Affordable
  • Support both Android and iOS
  • 14 days free trial available
  • Real-time GPS tracking
  • Provides maintenance alerts, vehicle health and driver behaviour

This tracker uses an integrated SIM card that works within the United States of America. It helps to remind you about the last time you changed your oil, rotated tires or maintained your air filters.

Apple AirTag


Cost: $24.00 (Amazon)

Amazon Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (based on 174,766 ratings)

Service cost: N/A


  • No Subscription makes it more affordable
  • Simple to use / one tap instantly connects to your iPhone or iPad
  • 1 year long battery life
  • Very small in size

This small, battery-powered GPS tracker uses the Find My Network app to locate your car and devices. It is not available on Android and is only connected to smartphones of apple. You can use SIRI to give commands to this tracker.

LandAirSea 54


Cost: $18.00 (Amazon)

Overall Amazon Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (based on 22,282 ratings)

Service cost: $179.55 annually


  • Location history
  • Rechargeable
  • Geo-fence
  • Alert notifications
  • Real-time tracking
  • Motion activated
  • Internal magnet
  • Waterproof

This GPS tracker is supported by Android, iOS and desktop. Similarly, there are customizable subscription plans for its users as well. However, the price structure of subscriptions is quite complicated.

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