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Mate of mine has a caravan and he's worried about it being taken from his driveway or from a campsite when free camping.
There is no reason that these won't work in a van is there?
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Mate of mine has a caravan and he's worried about it being taken from his driveway or from a campsite when free camping.
There is no reason that these won't work in a van is there?
Cheers


They should work fine mate. I work for the Jayco agent in WA and we sell a brand of tracker for just that purpose.


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As long as the van has 12V power available it will work fine.
The tricky part (no different to a car) will be finding a place for the GPS antenna that has no metal between it and the sky.


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Thanks for the replies. Will talk to him over the weekend.


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As long as the van has 12V power available it will work fine.
The tricky part (no different to a car) will be finding a place for the GPS antenna that has no metal between it and the sky.

If it is a newer van then that is often not a problem. Many people have opted out of the cladding and go with the fibreglass.


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Yeah I thought about that afterwards. I'm not sure the last time I saw a metal van being towed.


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