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I have one of the cheap jammers which was affordable, but not "buttons".
It does jam GPS effectively, but does not jam any of the four trackers I tested it with: it just makes their location info less accurate.
I know it is a ‘piece of string’ question, but is there any information on the range that these jammers (good or bad) cover? If a tracker is at the rear of a 7m van on the chassis, will the jammer inside the cab cover that distance effectively?
A hard wired tracker will pump out a signal for weeks or months, presumably if the jammer stops emitting a signal when the ignition is off because it is plugged into the cigar lighter, the tracker will update its location.
Curious as being a fairly law abiding citizen it is an area I have virtually no knowledge of.
Don't advertise that you have a tracker with stickers on the windows etc.
If you want one I would recommend TeletrackNavman GPS Fleet Management Solution - Teletrac Navman
Our Crane Hire firm uses them for our fleet of vehicles and they did "a friend's" campervan one for a really low monthly price and free installation.
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It, like most, plugs into a cigar lighter socket so it depends on whether the socket stays live with the ignition off. Most don't.
Not tried one of the £100+ Jammers that claim to also jam GSM.
To get the best from a tracker, you do need a tracking server as well. Here's an example of mine:
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