4 Simple Ways to Confuse a GPS Tracker on a Motorcycle

The GPS tracker uses signals from satellites to pin the location of a bike or car. But if you wish to dodge the tracking device on your motorcycle and don’t know how to go about it, don’t worry.

Here are four simple tricks to confuse a GPS tracking device on your motorcycle-

1. Mobile phone jammers

Mobile phones also use GPS signals sent from tower to tower. If you want to confuse the GPS signals, you can use cell phone jammers.

All you have to do is confuse the communication and frequencies. Mobile jammers alter the exchange of information and access to your actual location. And GPS trackers won’t monitor your actual location since communication among GPS devices has been disrupted.

Mobile jammers are available online, but they are slightly expensive.

2. Use a metallic container

This one is the easiest. Place the GPS tracker in a metallic box or container. The metal box will absorb outgoing and reflect incoming signals and disrupt the GPS tracker functionality.

It doesn’t necessarily have to be a huge metal. As long as the metals conduct electricity, you are good to go. Alternatively, you can wrap aluminum foils around the GPS device. However, you will have to access the GPS device physically.

3. Buy GPS jamming gadgets 

Despite being illegal, GPS jamming devices are available online. Anti-GPS tracking devices are user-friendly. You don’t need to have any special skills to operate them. Simply connect the GPS jamming gadget to an adapter, and it disrupts the outgoing and incoming signals.

4. Use a GPS fooling device

Another way to confuse GPS trackers is to use GPS fooling devices. This one doesn’t disrupt the GPS tracker, but instead, it sends fake signals to the GPS monitors.

The GPS monitors won’t detect the authenticity of the signals sent. This method is effective since experts are still searching for a way to discover fake signals.

Final thoughts

GPS devices are here for our good. But if you wish to go incognito, the tips listed above will be helpful.

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