Sometimes a vehicle can appear as though it has gone offline, when it has actually gone into sleep mode, making it appear offline.
GPS units go into sleep mode when the vehicle is not in use, to save the battery from running flat.
Without sleep mode it would be like leaving your headlights on while parked in a carpark .... we all know that gets pretty annoying!
The GPS unit will start reporting next time there is an "event" to report, so to "wake" this GPS unit from sleep mode, all you need to do is turn the ignition on.
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