Apparently, armored cars have a special feature we didn't know about. Their GPS needs to be working in order for the engine to run.
State Encon officers fixed the problem in Albany, after a problem happened:
Armored Car in a Bad Spot – Albany County
On Feb. 22, Sgt. Taryn Tomasik assisted a New York State Police unit with a disabled armored truck on I-787 in Albany. A GPS unit attached to the truck’s engine had come loose, preventing the motor from running and causing rush hour traffic backups.
Quick thinking led Sgt. Tomasik to fashion a rope out of medical tape from her first aid bag, temporarily securing the GPS unit to the engine. This allowed the truck to start, deliver its load, and alleviate traffic.