Great question! There multiple elements that can impact this. This article should help you understand on how these features work with AirBolt GPS.
Firstly, it is important to ensure that your GPS is charged up - if you need helping knowing how to charge your GPS, please see this link
and always ensure your GPS is up to date by checking for latest software updates - please see link below for instructions on how to update your software
Once that's out of the way. The next thing to check is
Check what mode of operation are you on.
If you are on responsive mode AND the mode is available in your area/country, it takes up to 4 minutes for the request to action.
NOTE: If you don't have this active, or you don't have this mode available, your GPS will respond as below - Like in Battery Optimised Mode.
Battery Optimised Mode:
Battery optimised mode, sacrifices responsiveness for concentrating on battery life. So GPS will change and report it's location/change to continuous tracking when it was due to report. So, for example, if you have it reporting every hour, then that's when it will respond to the change next.
Motion Only Mode - Ultra Low Power Mode
This mode reports purely on motion movement and nothing else. Therefore, locate on demand will not work and will simply send a location next time it moves.
To understand what these modes are and to learn how to check if they are available in your area please see this link Understanding GPS modes - Optimised for Battery VS Responsiveness
To understand Ultra Low Power Mode (motion only mode) - see Using Ultra Low Power Mode
If you are still not seeing location please check this article to troubleshoot further - My GPS is not reporting it's location