yes. it uses a gps tracking device that tracks the vehicle anywhere, except when the car is not turned on, so if you steal a car that is equipped with onstar, they will catch you the second the car is reported stolen.
If the creditor does not list the vehicle as a stolen vehicle, then during routine checks against your friends social security or drivers license number brings up their new location. they can take possession of it wherever they find it at. If they do list it as a stolen vehicle, then if the local authorities run the tag or VIN number, it will come up stolen and then there's a whole new mess to deal with.
No they can be turned off the vehicle.
You cannot put a vehicle in neutral when the motor is turned off. You can put the vehicle in neutral while the motor is running. Then you can turn the vehicle off and the vehicle will remain neutral.
Yes it does flash continuously.
You cannot unless, you have mobile-me and its turned on and has internet active. Sorry.
He turned on the ignition and then started the engine.
yes with the proper permits.
Easy. It was purchased by a giant company and just turned into trash.
Under 'party' or 'accessory' laws. More often you would be charged with possession of stolen property.
You should realize they are the legal owner. There must have been a reason you could not register the vehicle in your own name. You voluntarily listed the vehicle as having another owner and they turned out to be untrustworthy. All you can do is sue them, tell your story to a judge and try to recoup the money you paid for the vehicle. You will need proof of payment and your success will depend upon your evidence and the judge's decision. Lawsuits of this type are extremely common.
Yes in Virginia, but your finance co. will still require you to insure vehicle or they will add it on to your existing loan.
you can have your car lights on at any time but you do not have to have them on
yes it does on almost every vehicle
Warped rotors. They need to be removed, turned or replaced.
Those laws vary from place to place. Common courtesy dictates to dim your lights well before they reach the oncoming vehicle.
It is supposed to be turned on as soon as they activate the lights to pull you over. Most are automatically activated when the car stops or the lights are turned on.
You probably need to check the headlight module located neer the front of the vehicle
"The vase being stolen, and the power being turned off was a coincidence, considering they occured at the same time."
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The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
Yes, go into either "Purchased" on an iPad or "Updates" --> "Purchased" on any other iDevice, then choose "not on this iDevice" if your automatic downloads settingis not turned on
If you have not driven off the lot with the vehicle and have not turned over the title for trade there is no deal. They still have the vehicle you agreed to buy, and the bank has to approve the loan which has not been done either.
500 feet for oncoming traffic and 300 feet when following closely behind another vehicle. Source: Kansas Department of Revenue, Division of Vehicles