What it does: The car tracking system on your smartphone or tablet can track your movements and track you as you’re driving.
It will also display the speed and distance of your vehicle.
But it’s far from being a reliable way to detect the presence of an approaching car.
Here’s what the technology can do and how to get it working on your phone or tablet.
How it worksWhen you’re behind the wheel, your smartphone will display information on the road ahead, including the time, direction and speed of the car ahead.
It’ll also display a “green” or “blue” indicator on the steering wheel, and when the car’s ahead of you, a green or blue indicator will be displayed on the dashboard.
This is to indicate that the car is within the distance of the red line, which indicates that the driver is moving away from you at a fast enough rate to be detected by the system.
If the car moves too fast to be seen, the system will warn you that you are about to pass it.
How it’s used to help driversWhen you stop to make a turn, the car tracking systems will show a green “green”.
This indicates that your car is ahead of your current position.
It also indicates that you’re moving away at a slow enough rate that the system is able to detect your movements.
If the car has passed the red, it will signal to the driver that it is moving in the right direction.
The system will then display a yellow “blue”.
This means that your vehicle is about to enter the intersection.
The driver can then adjust the speed of their car so that it’s less likely to pass the red signal.
The system also has the ability to use a combination of signal and warning signals to warn you of the danger ahead.
This means the system can tell you that the speed is going to increase or decrease in a certain area.
If the speed changes, the red or blue indication will change too.
When the signal is red, the driver will have to brake to slow down.
If they don’t brake, the warning will be changed to a green light and the car will stop.
When the system warns you of a danger ahead, it also uses signals to signal that it believes you’re approaching a safe intersection.
These signals are used to tell you when you are likely to be involved in an accident, so you can slow down and stop to avoid the collision.
The system has a range of different alerts.
If you are approaching a red light, for example, the blue light on the dash will change to a red warning, while the green light on your dashboard will change from a green to a yellow light.
If a red or green light is approaching, the yellow light on either of the dash or dashboard will also change to an orange warning.
The car can also be alerted to other red or yellow lights, for instance if there’s a green line in front of you.
If you are near an intersection and you feel unsafe, the green warning light on both the dashboard or dashband will also turn from red to a blue light.
Why you might want to get your hands on one: If you’re an avid motorcyclist or other extreme vehicle enthusiast, the technology might appeal to you.
However, the vehicle tracking system will not work if you’re not wearing a seat belt, or are driving with a child in the backseat.
This could mean that your smartphone could be potentially damaging your life if you fall off the motorcycle or your vehicle might end up in a ditch.