How to block GPS tracking

A GPS tracker is a device used to track the location of a vehicle. There are two types of trackers available to the public: a logger tracking system and a real-time tracking system. A logger tracking system remembers all the locations a vehicle has been and stores them on a hard drive. The tracker then must be connected to a computer to retrieve the information. A real-time tracker sends signals to a GPS receiving system every 5 to 10 minutes. This will track a vehicle's real-time movements. If you believe you are being tracked, you can buy a product to block the signal.

Shop around and find a GPS blocker. The blocker can cost anywhere from £32 to £650. It will stop most GPS tracking devices from sending signals to a GPS receiver. The more expensive ones will block signals up to hundreds of feet away, while the cheaper ones will block signals only up to a few meters.

Plug the GPS blocker into your car's cigarette lighter. Plugging it in will activate the blocker, and you will essentially be invisible to any GPS monitoring systems.

Deactivate your GPS blocker when you don't need to use it. Do this by simply unplugging it.

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