When your child drives a car and uses a GPS device, it’s the police that will need to be involved.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads has issued a warning about the potential dangers of using GPS-based devices, which can give people false information about where they are in relation to a road or roadworks site.
It says the technology can also make it difficult for police to identify dangerous drivers.
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The department says a number of issues need to go through a thorough assessment before it can approve a GPS licence.
Those issues include:Is it safe?
It depends what kind of vehicle it is.
GPS devices work by mapping the position of the car in relation the road.
They work well for drivers who drive with a carabiner in the rear.
It doesn’t work well when they’re driving a motorcycle.
The device works by identifying the exact position of a car at a given time, and it will send out a signal when a vehicle is in a certain area.
If you’re driving your car at night, for example, it will pick up when you drive through a night lane or the road is closed.
If your car isn’t properly parked, or it’s parked with a GPS receiver attached to it, you could be distracted by a car’s headlights.
It’s also important to consider whether a GPS is compatible with your mobile phone, as the GPS signal will be lost when the device is moved or used on a public road.
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Are there any legal restrictions on GPS use?
There is a number.
GPS is an electronic communication device, which means the data sent over the internet can be used by anyone.
The Federal Government says GPS devices can be controlled, and they can be tracked using location services, which have been approved by the Federal Government.
If the device isn’t working properly, police can use a car-mounted device called a mobile phone locator to locate a person.
If police need to track you using the locator, they’ll also need to have your permission to do so.
What if I’m not sure where my child is?
If you live in a house, your child could be driving a vehicle while you’re away at school or work, or at a job.
If they’re a learner driver, they could also be operating a motor vehicle on public roadways.
If it’s a learning driver, the driver can also be monitored using a smartphone app.
If a learners licence is issued, you’ll need to complete an online driver education course, which is also designed to help you understand how the device works.
What can I do if my child drives on public highways?
Your child’s licence should only be used when driving a motor car or motorcycle, not on public streets.
If you’re not sure if your children’s licence is valid, contact the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.