Stealing Current: LoJack goes no-power for hybrids
With a traditional vehicle, this generally isn't a problem as the draw is small and as long as the a car gets driven regularly, there's plenty of juice on tap.
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#1 Oct 29, 2009
Sounds like a great idea. This will not limit where the unit can be installed in the car because will not depend on a power source. Lets face it all the OEM Gps products installed and aftermarket Gps tracking devices can all be found in certain areas of the car...and car theives know this. This new product will increase the potential install locations and give theives a headache. Lojack is still the way to go if you ever want to see your car again.
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