GPS Use on the Rise in Company Cars A growing number of business are installing global position systems technology, or GPS, into company cars and trucks. Employers say the devices help them devise more efficient driving routes. But some unions say the devices give employers too much oversight over workers. Laura Sydell reports.
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A growing number of business are installing global position systems technology, or GPS, into company cars and trucks. Employers say the devices help them devise more efficient driving routes. But some unions say the devices give employers too much oversight over workers. Laura Sydell reports.