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Thread: How to get the government to stop tracking your car

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    Default How to get the government to stop tracking your car


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    Well yea, you snip that little valve stem and there is no need or way to track an immobile car.
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    I wonder how many will after watching

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    Quote Originally Posted by CENTEXDUDE View Post
    I wonder how many will after watching
    I'm afraid to even hazard a guess. This is so smart, it just has to come from the left, or ANTIFA. Sounds like something Piglosi would say. (YUK, YUK!)

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    .....or buy an older car/truck and learn how to work on it.
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    Other than a couple of motorcycles, none of the vehicles I drive are newer than '90, with the others bein' '89 and '87. One's a 4X4 and the others are sub-compacts that get great mileage. I'd be crazy to replace cars that get 30+ and 40+ mpg, and the old Ranger will get me most any place I need to go.
    Hell, Tax, license and fees on a new car would probably cost more than I paid for either of the little cars. They came as a pair for at 1800 bucks for both. Also have a parts car of the same make/model so I can keep 'em on the road for years to come.
    With only a 6 miles one way commute 6 days a week, I can not worry about needin' to buy one of those new self-tracking vehicles the rest of my life.

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