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When driving down the highway, the GPS will be sent to the oMM every 5 seconds, unless you are driving less than 8km/hr or have moved less than 18.0m.
If the vehicle stops at a light for two minutes, then it is not covering distance or going fast enough to exceed the thresholds, so no GPS event (778 SLLA location) is sent to the oMM. Once the light goes green, the speed will exceed the threshold of 8km/hr or the distance will exceed 18.0m, at which point an event will be sent every five seconds.
If the vehicle is moving really slowly (less than 8km/hr), no GPS event will be sent to the oMM until it covers 18m.
The critical thresholds are only for high cost links and the oMG will send fewer events on a high cost link. Therefore the vehicle must drive faster or move further in order for an event to be sent to the oMM.