GPs and drivers are in for a rude awakening when it comes to GPS devices.
They’re not the only ones affected by this issue, either.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is also aware of the problem and is looking into it.NHTS, a government agency, issued an alert on Tuesday for drivers who have lost their GPS tracking devices after experiencing a power outage or other unexpected problems.
The agency says that while GPS devices can sometimes be recharged, there are times when it may be necessary to disconnect them from the vehicle’s battery.
NHTS also says that drivers should check the vehicle owner’s manual to make sure that the device is fully charged and is functioning properly.NHDSA has released an update on the issue on the NHTSA website.NHL says its not aware of any reports of GPS problems affecting its players.
It has not issued a recall, and its teams are not affected.
Nhl said in a statement on Wednesday that its team was able to get GPS units recharged.
It said that the team had no reports of an issue with GPS units being lost or damaged.
Nissan said that its players are not impacted.
Nissan’s spokesman, Scott Dornbush, said the company has not heard of a GPS issue affecting Nissan’s teams.
He added that Nissan’s team was in “good health” and is able to use the team’s GPS unit.
A spokesperson for the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), the industry’s largest trade group, did not immediately respond to an email request for comment.
In a statement to ESPN, NADA said it had not heard from Nissan about the issue.NADA also did not respond to a request for clarification on whether it was aware of a recall or recall alert for GPS units.