The use of GPS tracking devices is currently on the rise. Companies use GPS trackers for logistics and operations activities, while governments use them for security agents’ security. The use of GPS tracking devices is currently being used for reasons besides security and logistics.
Currently, those with evil intentions can bug your car with tracking devices to track your movements and meet their evil intentions.
Car-related crimes are currently on the rise, and so many people are living in the fear of their cars being bugged. This article provides you with a means to discover whether your car is bugged and the process of debugging your car.
How can your car be bugged?
Someone interested in your movements or actions, probably security departments or some evil people may install a GPS tracking device in your car. A GPS device is usually used to track the location of moving or stationary objects.
Companies usually install GPS tracking devices to track the movements and stops of company vehicles. It is necessary to debug your car whenever you suspect you have been bugged.
How do you know your car is bugged?
Well, knowing whether your car is bugged or not can be very difficult. I have tried finding out how one discovers whether their car is bugged or not, and I have found some simple ways to discover a bug. Do you believe in the existence of the sixth sense?
If you do, then sixth sense may help you find out whether your car is bugged because you will just have that feeling that something is not okay with you and your car.
Your sixth sense will make you suspicious that someone is following you; if not, someone is tracking your car.
The sixth sense may raise your precious memories, such as where you went yesterday, and who came to your home, and sometimes it may direct you to check your home security camera to see if someone had access or came close to your car.
What if your sixth sense is not that active or suspicious when you suspect someone seems to know much of your schedule and movements, watch out if your car is bugged. Whenever you are using your phone or turning on the car stereo system, and you have some frequent strange interference, this could be a bug.
The bugs use GPS technology and a network to track your movement. Whenever your phone is using the same signal or when you are turning your radio on, there will be a frequent network collision between your stereo, phone, and the bug.
What to look for when you suspect your car has been bugged
By now, you have your doubts about whether your car is bugged or not anyway, you still need to do a thorough search. Bugs are not just installed openly for everyone to see; they can be hidden in various parts of the car, so you are keen to discover them.
Secondly, you need to understand that GPS tracking devices are not similar. Some of them are hard-wired to the car.
On such occasions, the first place to check is the various ports in the car. This is the most common place where anyone would want to install a bug.
If you fail to discover the bug in this location, then know who bugged you is a technology wizard, and you need to be intensive in your search.
The next location is beneath the steering wheel or the steering wheel rod or the dashboard. It is not recommended to inspect these places alone, seek the help of a mechanic to open these locations and inspect them visually.
Some tracking devices are set to the real-time location of your car. On such occasions, seek the intervention of law enforcement agencies who have expertise in bugging and debugging. So which locations in your car are vulnerable to data loggers? Under the car, the side pouch of the door, beneath the seat, boots, bonnets, and many other locations.
Those who bug cars are usually cunning, and they will not hide the bug in plain sight or somewhere that it can be easily detected visually.
With open eyes, you can search the car multiple times and fail to discover the bugs. To make your work easier, use a bug detector, and sweep across all the car parts.
While using the bug detector, switch off your phone or put it in airplane mode to avoid signal interruptions. Before you start debugging your car, I would advise you that you do it in a location away from devices that uses signals such as laptops and other smart devices.
Otherwise, I would recommend the need to have professionals do the debugging; otherwise, you may end up destroying your car when debugging it.
What next if you find a bug?
Sometimes you can be lucky to find a bug while in other cases; your sixth sense could have misled you. Alternatively, maybe your signal interference in the car is due to some network challenges. It is not advisable to remove the bug on your own and seek the help of law enforcement agencies.
The security officers are capable of tracking the source of the bug. This will secure you by ensuring your bugger is locked behind bars and is not given more opportunities to bug you.
Secondly, bugging is a federal offense, and you need to sue the person bugging you for threat damage and any other damage. Suppose you do not want to involve the law, turn off the bug.
Turning off the tracker or damaging it will always alert your bugger, so remove the bug and leave it somewhere in a remote location. This way, your tracker will continue seeing its tracker working while you are free to roam.
It is always advisable to trust your sixth and try debugging your car whenever you have such feelings. Trusting your guts could either lead to two results, a waste of time or discovering that you are under threat.
Even if you have the skills to remove the bug or damage it, I would strongly advise that you seek the intervention of security offices. Through this, your future security is guaranteed; otherwise, your bugger will continue to bug your car.