Vehicles Are Keeping Taps On Where You’re Going
Gone are the days that only having a bad credit record means your car might come with a little something extra: A “starter interrupt device” with the New connected car now all the new vehicles are keeping taps on where you’re going.
By: Sekurus International Inc
Where the concept started by a company called Sekurus that has sold over 1,400,000 of the devices worldwide as the inventors of the technology and by far the market leaders, which their devices doesn’
The devices have been around for a over decade, used mainly by “Buy Here, Pay Here” used car dealers who extend high-interest loans to car buyers with terrible credit. The devices can set off a beep in the car when someone has missed a payment, can be used to create a geo-fence so that a dealer can get an alert if someone leaves town, and of course, can activate the kill switch, which renders the car un-drivable.
“There is a of number mechanical centers that try to remove the devices,” Yes, an industry has sprung up to get the devices out of people’s cars; some show people how to remove the devices for $50 a pop, while others demonstrates the removal from the vehicles on YouTube .
“Sekurus devices will trigger a tamper alert that will communicate with their wireless relay and in the cases of GPS enabled devices it sends an alert to the finance company if it’s being tampered with,” Removing the device does not take the loan away it just gives the finance company the right to take the vehicle away as they have just given them the right to do so by tampering as per the full disclosure that is given at the time of getting the loan.
Sekurus is the only company that has been to court and has received a number of rulings that consumers are safe with their device. There device as set to disable at a predefined time and date and will only execute the disable of the ignition while the vehicle is not driven.
The device send a remainder to the customers that starts three days before the disable date and everyday thereafter, long side that Sekurus devices come with an Emergency start that allow the driver to start their vehicle for three days after it has been disabled giving them an opportunity to make payment.
“The devices are there to help people that might not otherwise qualify for credit the opportunity to get a car, helping them to rebuild their credit allowing the financing companies the reassurance of manage their assets and lower repossessions cost that the client will be asked to pay in the end of the day if they default on their loan”
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