Now imagine a repetitious annoying noise going off every 5 minutes. Is it the seat belt warning? No, it's a reminder to pay your monthly payment.
Now, Rocky Mountain Tracking of Fort Collins, Colo., offers a device that, in addition to tracking, vehicles can be remotely activated to buzz loudly every five minutes when a payment is missed.
Whatever happened to just cutting the gasoline to the engine so the car shuts off? This "brainy" company has invented a product which will probably cause more PR problems than solving the dilemma of getting people to pay their car loans. Do they really think that an annoying sound would be a good motivator to pay their bills? (good, because neither did I).
Some "brainy" ideas to beat this system:
- Installing a BOSE stereo system to over-power the sound of the buzzer
- Rip it out
- Ask your lawyer if it violates any of your rights & threaten legal action
- I can't think of anything else at the moment
- Pay on time !!!