Smart Choice — unlawful use of tracing device
Do you have a gps tracker on your car?
Go to your trusted mechanic and look for the gps device, usually located under or inside the dashboard of a car. You mechanic may use an rf detector or type of scanner looking for a signal being transmitted by the gps to a satellite. The transmission can happen when you start your car or intermittently every few minutes or seconds.
Also, your mechanic and trace wires from the battery to the parts of the car to justify the wires power
Click here for an internet article about locating a gps
On your car
Make a police report with your mechanic as a witness to the device, on texas penal code section 16.06. If you get an office that does not want to take the report, call another office. Get that report made! Better to make the report and then later prove that the device on your car is a gps tracking device by a professional.
Hire an attorney. Look for a civil attorney. I will be looking for attorney referrals and posting them here on this site. If you find a good attorney please let us know. Good attorney's are hard to find.
Don't hesitate to contact us! We are here to help and all our help is free! We want to put an end to illegal tracking devices forever and hold those auto dealers that use them liable for their violation of the law!
Buy a gps detector if you can't locate wires or the gps
You might find them on ebay or your local garage may already have one. Also called an rf detector.
Links to companies that sell gps devices to car lots are in the "about us" section.
When you disconnect the battery on your car any gps device will stop tracking!
Why? Because it has no power of it's own.
If you just bought a used car from a dealer in the houston or surrounding area, you probably have an illegal gps device on your new used car.
Texas penal code 16.06 states that no one may place a gps locating device on your car without your consent. If you did not give consent by signing a document giving permission to have the device first placed on your vehicle, second, permission to track your location at any given time; then you have an awesome lawsuit!
A list of dealers that we "believe" use now and know have used in the past, illegal gps tracking devices:
Trumble auto sales, houston, texas
Pasadena auto planet, pasadena, tx
John parker motors, houston, tx
Auto union, houston, tx
Mega motors, south houston, tx
Smart choice auto sales, houston and pasadena
La fiesta, houston, tx
Rodeo, houston, tx
Uncle buddy's, houston, tx
Minter auto sales, houston, tx
Amazon auto sales, houston, tx
Buffalo auto sales, pasadena, tx (1 & 2)
Big horn auto sales, houston, tx
Payless car sales, pasadena, tx
Automall 59, houston, tx
Scott & sons, houston, tx
Mi tierra auto sales, houston, tx
Gray auto sales, houston, tx
Clark motors, houston, tx
Good year auto sales, houston, texas
Discount auto sales, houston, tx
Do you know of a car lot that uses gps devices?
Let us know!
Disclaimer: the owners of no-gps are in no way affiliated with any of these car sales lot and do not endorse or recommend buying a car from any used car lot without having it thoroughly checked by an outside mechanic before and after your purchase. The used car dealers listed on this page have been reportedly using gps tracking devices to track debtors and repossess financed vehicles. The information has been provided to us by either a debtor that has removed a gps device or an employee of a recovery agency that has stated to me personally that an auto has been recovered by using gps tracking software with a location tracking device permanently hardwired into the vehicle that the debtor legally owns and did not give consent to the lien holder at any time in writing to give permission to place the device on the debtors car.