here's what it would be like to learn how to put a tracker on car (the next time you're driving an unaccompanied car):
-park the car at your destination, either somewhere off the street or somewhere in front of your home
-when no one is looking, use adapter clips/spacers to hold the adapter part firmly underneath the seat; because if they see you attaching something under there they will think it looks suspicious and probably call the police–make sure
how can i put a tracker on a car without them knowing?
a tracker is a small device that can be easily attached to or inserted under the bumper. once it's securely in place, the tracker sends information about the car's location via satellite connection.
there are plenty of places for you to put a tracker without them knowing on your own car, so i'll start with my favorite, which is next time they go for gas pump fill-up. you can have someone distract them while you reach over their car and pull both corners of the rubber liner down far enough that you can slide your foot underneath (i like to use my hiking boot) or scratch an itch with one hand while you slip it in with another. they won't even notice until they're done fueling up and only then
how much does it cost to put a tracker on a car?
it varies depending on the type of tracking device that is installed on your car. there are two general types; active and passive. active devices require a battery to operate, while passive does not need its own power source because it draws off of the electrical field generated by the car's ignition system. a starter kit for an active device may range in price from $200-400 usd at most auto stores, or manufacturers' websites for devices with brands, such as lojack or onguard gps. the monthly fee can range from $30 – $150 usd simply depending on how much mileage will be monitored each month per day. prices are typically higher when more miles are needed to be monitored for safety purposes/legal purposes, etc..
can you put a tracking device on a car?
gps tracking devices for cars use global positioning system technology and the power of cell phone networks to track your vehicle. there are a few options out there, so we'll show you three, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. in all cases it's important that the device is physically placed somewhere on the car as theft detection will only work if you're in range of a cellular signal from your provider. let's start with those embedded/hidden devices for easy installation:
gsam-gm8 – 5x8mm surface mount module gps tracker attaches externally using a window suction cup or alternatively can be attached inside by drilling a small hole through to where you want it installed (we recommend underneath dashboard near steering column
where is the most common place to put a tracker on a car?
the most common place to put a tracker on a car is in the wheel well.
the vast majority of trackers are for cars. prior to attaching anything, make sure you can find your markers by looking inside the wheel well, where most people hide the tracking device. just make sure it's visible enough so that you will notice someone tampering with your tires like they're trying to disable your vehicle before they go on further auto parts-related mayhem! and if you do attach something with suction cups or some other adhesive material, avoid it at all costs when entering valet parking because none of us want souvenirs from strangers' cars stuck under our own car! << all rights reserved | copyright © 20xx