Trust me on this folks. People on the “Shea List”, or anyone
concerned about being tracked, should consider buying one of these. I know from
experience it is a pain in the rear to crawl underneath a vehicle to attach or remove
a GPS Tracking Device especially in the winter so one of these would be very
helpful if you want to check your vehicle for trackers.
If you do find one make sure you DM SR Reporter Chad Sokol,
because I would love to read that story.
One thing to keep in mind is if you do locate a tracker on
your vehicle and before you accuse the Shea Crew, you want photograph it in
place, be very careful removing the tracker use gloves to preserve finger
prints and so your own don’t show up on the device, prior to contacting Chad
Sokol or Law Enforcement try and determine the brand to make sure it isn’t a
law enforcement tracking device, or just an over the counter model. If you are
able to determine it is a law enforcement device I would contact a lawyer first
if I were you.
Another thing to keep in mind is that sometimes even the high-end law enforcement trackers fall off the vehicle, so it is also a good idea to check the cartilage around your home and driveway to make sure one hasn’t fallen off your vehicle as was the case here. As you can see you may be interrogated by law enforcement if they think you stole their tracker…so be careful.