Yes, they can track. And they can disable the vehicle and reduce the power substantially. And they can listen to conversations inside the vehicle.I receive Diagnostic Information from OnStar like oil,tires, etc.
WHAT ELSE CAN THEY DO?
Turn off equipment, track, is there a limit?
Ah only with an official Police request can they track you and or disable your vehicle. Unless your wife calls the police and says your vehicle was stolen and she wants you tracked down... :rofl:Yes, they can track. And they can disable the vehicle and reduce the power substantially. And they can listen to conversations inside the vehicle.
That is correct ... if you have nothing to hide I wouldn't worry about being able to be listen to or being able to track you down right?I even have a gadget that plugs into my diagnostic port and reports my driving habits to my insurance company. So far I'm getting $100 off my premium as a result. I guess I'm one of those people who have nothing to hide.
Let's face it. If you are in a bad wreck and you are possibly at fault, I would suspect that the prosecutors can get a search warrant to have your car's black box admitted as evidence.
This could never happen with me, getting a time to distance ticket for speeding between tolls. In fact, I might even get cited for driving too slowly......due to the wife's required pit stops.They cannot listen in unless you push the Onstar button, or deploy an airbag. Fed wiretap laws.
Now, if a Judge orders it................
They will "soon" give speeding tix based on time traveled between bridge tolls, with elec readers like "Easy Pass".............now that sucks!!