How do I temp disable a gps tracker in my work vehicle ?

Discussion in 'General GPS' started by GO, Nov 18, 2003.

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    GO Guest

     
    GO, Nov 18, 2003
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    Sam Wormley Guest

    GO wrote:

    Many people in the work place are seen by their peers and employers--this
    is not unusual. GPS tracking is typically put in vehicles to for asset
    management, efficient routing, etc. If you are paranoid about your employer
    knowing were you are then perhaps you don't belong in the workforce.
     
    Sam Wormley, Nov 18, 2003
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    Stratman Guest

    "Sam Wormley" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > GO wrote:
    >
    > Many people in the work place are seen by their peers and employers--this
    > is not unusual. GPS tracking is typically put in vehicles to for asset
    > management, efficient routing, etc. If you are paranoid about your

    employer
    > knowing were you are then perhaps you don't belong in the workforce.


    Why not answer his question, instead of making assumptions about

    a) his motives

    and

    b) his position in the workforce. He may be the Big Cheese!

    Before you say the obvious, I don't know the answer, other than to pull a
    fuse perhaps.
     
    Stratman, Nov 18, 2003
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    Sam Wormley Guest

    Stratman wrote:
    >
    > "Sam Wormley" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > GO wrote:
    > >
    > > Many people in the work place are seen by their peers and employers--this
    > > is not unusual. GPS tracking is typically put in vehicles to for asset
    > > management, efficient routing, etc. If you are paranoid about your

    > employer
    > > knowing were you are then perhaps you don't belong in the workforce.

    >
    > Why not answer his question, instead of making assumptions about
    >
    > a) his motives
    >
    > and
    >
    > b) his position in the workforce. He may be the Big Cheese!
    >
    > Before you say the obvious, I don't know the answer, other than to pull a
    > fuse perhaps.


    Like tin-snips to the antenna?
     
    Sam Wormley, Nov 18, 2003
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    Pc-Mobile Guest

    If he stole the vehicle and want it not to be traced, that is another
    matter.

    If he wants to temporily disable the tracking, the company will know
    about it and he will probably get fired.
    (If he asked such question, he probably does not even know that his
    company will know).

    The advice, though not obvious, is not to do it.
    Or go to work with another company that does not do the same.

    Sam Wormley <> wrote in message news:<>...
    > Stratman wrote:
    > >
    > > "Sam Wormley" <> wrote in message
    > > news:...
    > > > GO wrote:
    > > >
    > > > Many people in the work place are seen by their peers and employers--this
    > > > is not unusual. GPS tracking is typically put in vehicles to for asset
    > > > management, efficient routing, etc. If you are paranoid about your

    > employer
    > > > knowing were you are then perhaps you don't belong in the workforce.

    > >
    > > Why not answer his question, instead of making assumptions about
    > >
    > > a) his motives
    > >
    > > and
    > >
    > > b) his position in the workforce. He may be the Big Cheese!
    > >
    > > Before you say the obvious, I don't know the answer, other than to pull a
    > > fuse perhaps.

    >
    > Like tin-snips to the antenna?


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    Pc-Mobile, Nov 19, 2003
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    Holger Issle Guest

    On Tue, 18 Nov 2003 13:43:45 GMT, Sam Wormley wrote:

    > Many people in the work place are seen by their peers and employers--this
    > is not unusual. GPS tracking is typically put in vehicles to for asset
    > management, efficient routing, etc. If you are paranoid about your employer
    > knowing were you are then perhaps you don't belong in the workforce.


    Without discusssing the results and motives, simply shield the antenna
    using a sheet of metal - maybe aluminium will be enough.
    --

    Ciao,
    Holger (GUS-KOTAL, GUS#1100)

    90-92 Honda CB400 10 Mm | 93-95 Yamaha TDM 850 26 Mm
    95-97 KTM 620 LC4 13 Mm | seit 97 BMW R1100GS 50 Mm (Die Renndrecksau!)

    cu @ http://www.issle.de
     
    Holger Issle, Nov 19, 2003
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