I've never heard of the Windshield in any car being able to block GPS signals..
some cars are fitted with heat-reflecting, or athermic, windshields. These coatings effectively block GPS signals.Jeeves said:I've never heard of the Windshield in any car being able to block GPS signals..
thanks for the info man :thumbup:karazy said:No, there is no hole. The film is continuous throughout. You could update the GPS by opening the window if the internal AE is strong enough or you will require an external one. Unfortunately, most GPS devices are very weak and require line of site with the satellites. That is why most have the ext AE option. Not sure if Tomtom has this option.
Try setting in rear window and keep the back seat driver busy.
could very well be the source of your problem indeed, just compare the #of birds from outside the car and insideStealth said:Didn't know about the windshields doing that. I've had customers complain to me at work about not getting good GPS reception, maybe that's the problem.