are you being followed? how to check your car for gps tracking devices - best car alarm with gps tracking

by:Kingcobra     2019-10-11
are you being followed? how to check your car for gps tracking devices  -  best car alarm with gps tracking
There has been a lot of news lately about tracking devices, and it's pretty much bad news.
They may be useful if your car is stolen, but if you're not the one to install it, chances are you don't want it.
Just type "GPS tracking device" in Google and on any day you will find an article about someone caught by one of the things.
You still don't want people to follow you even if you don't have to worry about getting stuck.
Here's how to make sure your car is a tracking device-free.
Images viewed through GPS devices most devices are not labeled as they are above, but there are some obvious signs.
You're basically looking for any small box or loose wire that doesn't seem to belong there.
But there will be a lot of boxes and wires, especially if you have a new car, so be careful and make sure you're absolutely positive so you don't tear off what belongs there.
Here is an example of an FBI tracking device found by a California student in his car.
If you would like to see the peak in the FBI's car tracking device, please check the disassembly of iFixit.
Where to view gps devices must be able to receive signals from satellites above, so they will not work if they are placed under something too thick.
The following figure shows the most common places you can find.
Images of the front bumper and wheel holes of SnallaBolagetThe are probably the least possible because they are the least secure, but it is always possible.
Use a flashlight to make sure there is nothing suspicious like extra wires.
If you want to be sure, you can remove the wheels and look behind them.
Also be sure to check the rear bumper and chassis.
You will most likely find a device in the car.
The dashboard area is one of the most common places.
The easiest way to check is through the glove box, where you can easily screw down the dashboard and remove the dashboard in most cars.
There will be a lot of wires, but the wires installed in the factory will usually be connected together, so look for any wires that are loose or strangely colored.
You can do the same on the driver's side.
Make sure to check if you have a skylight.
Photos of WiredIf you have done all of this without finding anything and you are most likely safe.
You can buy some anti-surveillance equipment if you are still not satisfied, but it is usually expensive.
So unless you have specific reasons to worry about it, it can be excessive.
Have you had a bad experience with tracking devices, or are you aware of other ways to find tracking devices?
Let us know in the comments.
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