Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Remote Shutdown of Cars

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Remote Shutdown of Cars

Posted by: DC/Friday, November 13, 2015/Categories: In The News

A class action lawsuit has been filed accusing a financing company of remotely shutting down vehicles using global positioning technology. The lawsuit was filed by the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada and alleges that the finance company used the technology to shut down cars well before their owners legally defaulted on payments. According to the filing, the use of the Passtime Elite GPS system violates Nevada law. The company operates in Nevada and Arizona and has been using the GPS technology for the last eight or nine years.

Read Article: Las Vegas Review Journal (David Ferrara)


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