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  • How to remove a GPS disabler from a vehicle.

    1. You could remove the device. Never make another payment and put the car in a storage locker for 50 years and you are not breaking a single law. It's a civil matter not a criminal one. 2. I was in auto sales for 16 years and my final stop was a dealership that used these devices. As much money as I made there it motivated me to get out of the used car business for good. They gave no grace periods on payments, would say "it's your problem" if you were about to take your dying child home from the hospital to be cared for by Hospice and left the car in the hospital parking lot until they found the money. That my dear judgemental friend is a true story BTW.3. Most of these dealers are not interested in helping people rebuild their credit. They have insane mark ups, the ones that...see more »1. You could remove the device. Never make another payment and put the car in a storage locker for 50 years and you are not breaking a single law. It's a civil matter not a criminal one. 2. I was in auto sales for 16 years and my final stop was a dealership that used these devices. As much money as I made there it motivated me to get out of the used car business for good. They gave no grace periods on payments, would say "it's your problem" if you were about to take your dying child home from the hospital to be cared for by Hospice and left the car in the hospital parking lot until they found the money. That my dear judgemental friend is a true story BTW.3. Most of these dealers are not interested in helping people rebuild their credit. They have insane mark ups, the ones that report to the credit bureaus charge insane interest rates (which I say if fair because the credit is usually horrible), but they will not put a decent warranty on the car. They also do no reconditioning before putting the car on the lot. Just enough to pass state inspection. A lot of these people live check to check and they put an unnecessary burden on them by selling them cars that are going to not only be a new payment in their budget, which is ok because they agreed to it, but sold them a car that is going to cost them additional costs to keep it on the road that a regular dealer wouldn't.So please save your tears for the dealers, which I assume you are one, because they aren't attempting to help. They are trying to maximise the available profit from other people's desperation.

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