The ability of GPS trackers to work internationally depends on the device’s specifications and the country in which it is being used. Most GPS trackers use satellite signals to determine their location, which means they should work in any location where there is an unobstructed view of the sky. However, some countries may have different regulations regarding GPS technology, and some GPS trackers may only be designed to work in specific regions or countries. You should check the device’s specifications and verify that it is compatible with the country where it will be used before purchasing and attempting to use a GPS tracker internationally.
You must also be aware that international use of a GPS tracker may incur additional charges, such as roaming fees or data charges. It is recommended to check with the device manufacturer or service provider regarding any potential fees or restrictions related to international use.