OnStar Tracks Your Car Even When You Cancel Service | Threat Level | Wired.com
I would hope that none of the tin-foil brigade buys On-Star equipped vehicles, but you never know.
They should be paying you for that info.A guy should design a chip that gives out false info and coordinates and see how fast it sells.
My buddys wife had a program that would track his movements through his cell phone,so when he was out pipelining she could watch him hitting the strip bars in Calgary on her computer when he was telling her he was in his motorhome at the campground.
And don't forget, that means the data is available subject to search warrants....
What's the point in that? Hookers (and affairs) can make house calls. If you don't trust your husband, what's his exact location truly gonna tell you?
"Oh good, he's in the motorhome, all's well." Ha!
When he came home the locks were changed on their $400,000 house.It was proof enough that her she wolf lawyer can now use it against him.
Me and the boys got quite a laugh out of it,karma can be a bitch sometimes.
Actually, as for speed, it's not the GPS that does the car functions.
I believe every car sold today has a black box which records throttle position, brake application, etc and can be retrieved in the case of an accident.
Oh yes, I forgot to mention, just wait for the days when you will receive your speeding ticket by mail. "You car was clocked going 92 miles per hour at 1:18 a.m. on Highway 111 by our satellite".