A properly installed and functioning GPS tracker should not drain your car’s battery. Most of these trackers draw power from the vehicle’s electrical system, and the amount of power used is typically minimal. However, if the tracker is not installed correctly or is malfunctioning, it may draw more power than it should and potentially drain the car’s battery.
You should always choose a reputable brand and and have the locator installed by a professional to ensure it functions correctly and does not cause any issues with your vehicle’s battery. Some GPS trackers also have built-in battery-saving features that can help reduce power consumption and prevent any issues with the car’s battery.