Here are some of the devices that can help you track your vehicle without your licence:1.
Your phone, tablet or laptop2.
Your key fob3.
Your bluetooth stick4.
Your smartphone or tablet that’s Bluetooth enabled5.
Your GPS tracker6.
A digital camera7.
An electronic cigarette battery or rechargeable battery8.
A mobile phone or tablet9.
A tablet that can track a smartphone’s location with GPS10.
A Bluetooth-enabled laptop11.
A bluetooth-enabled tablet or smartphone12.
A car’s smartphone13.
A smartphone that can be used to view the vehicle’s location, including GPS and distance.14.
An Apple Watch or other wearable smartwatch that can show location and speed information15.
A Garmin GPS unit16.
A portable Wi-Fi hotspot17.
A GPS unit that’s been connected to a smartphone app18.
A smartwatch with a built-in accelerometer19.
A device that can measure the speed of a car, such as a GPS unit or a car’s brakes20.
A radio frequency device21.
A battery-powered smartphone22.
An accessory that can monitor or track an individual’s health, such the heart rate monitor or a smartphone fitness tracker.23.
A computer that can run your car’s computer software, such Microsoft Windows, Google Chrome, Adobe Flash, Apple iOS, Android and Chrome OS.24.
A wireless communication device that’s able to communicate with a smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer, such a Bluetooth device or Bluetooth smart home hub.25.
A microphone with microphone capabilities, such headphones or earbuds.26.
An audio-capable earbud that can transmit audio, such Apple EarPods or Sony MDR-X3B2s27.
An external USB microphone with a microphone jack that can receive and process audio from the microphone jack.28.
An antenna that can send audio data to a phone or other wireless device, such an antenna that converts audio data into a signal.29.
A camera that’s designed to be used as a video camera or video recording device30.
A transmitter or receiver that can record video, such cameras that can capture videos from up to 4K resolution and provide a high-definition image to a person who is wearing a special glasses or contact lens.31.
A speaker that’s wired into your car, for example, a stereo, or a loudspeaker that is wired into the vehicle.32.
A video game system that can support multiple audio tracks, such game controllers or a headset that can provide audio, music and visual cues to the driver.33.
An infrared camera or camera with a infrared light detector that can detect the infrared light emitted by objects, for instance, a lamp or a fire extinguisher.34.
A handheld camera or handheld video camera that can take pictures of objects that are in front of the car.35.
A remote control that allows the driver to operate the vehicle and navigate it, such remote control systems that allow drivers to park, change lanes and operate their vehicle from the passenger seat or from behind the steering wheel.36.
A motion detector that detects motion such as when a driver steps into a parking space or when a car passes through a traffic light, for a vehicle to be considered stopped.37.
A sensor that detects the presence of alcohol, drugs or other substances in the blood or breath of the driver, for testing the blood alcohol concentration.38.
A gas sensor that monitors the presence or absence of carbon monoxide in the gas tank.39.
A brake light that emits a red light, such lights are known as rear-view mirrors, that are used in high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes.40.
A rear-facing camera that captures video of the rear view mirror.41.
A fog sensor that emits fog, such sensors are known in automotive terminology as fog lights.42.
A lane-keep assist device that automatically adjusts lanes in order to allow traffic to flow, for the purpose of providing extra time for people to safely move through the intersection.43.
A traffic-monitoring system that is designed to allow for automatic braking and other automated driving.44.
A radar detector that allows drivers to see ahead of them as well as behind them, for tracking speed, distance and direction.45.
A collision-avoidance system that detects if a car or other object is about to hit a person or other vehicle and then reduces speed and stops it.46.
A front-facing mirror that detects and measures the front view of the vehicle when it passes by.47.
A vehicle identification device that tracks the vehicle identification number and the vehicle description and identifies the vehicle by its serial number.48.
A pedestrian detection system that measures and reports to the police the number of pedestrians walking on a road, for purposes of tracking dangerous or unusual movements.49.
A driver’s hazard