Apr 162015
 April 16, 2015  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Surveillance

Troy Wilde reports:

Nevada lawmakers are considering legislation that would allow lenders to remotely shut off a person’s vehicle if he or she is a borrower late with their loan payment.

Assembly Bill 228 authorizes a person who finances the sale or lease of a motor vehicle to install a device which can be used to remotely locate or disable it.

Read more on Public News Service.  The bill already passed committee and will likely be voted on by the full Assembly in the next few days.

And yeah, what could possibly go wrong?

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