Secretly GPS Tracking a Car for a Few Bucks

This is an extremely cheap and effective way of possibly getting a restraining order.
Derya Ozdemir

Times have gotten scary indeed. In this video, The Modern Rogue YouTube channel shows how you can secretly GPS track a vehicle for just 30 bucks, and while it is an interesting and cool concept, you shouldn't go around tracking people if you don't want to get a restraining order.

In the description box, The Modern Rogue wrote that he was a scoundrel a few years ago and told a friend of his that he secretly tracked someone, "knowing full well that I couldn't afford a thousand dollars to GPS track anyone." However, as he rightfully continues to write, "the future has gotten scary" because he now can do exactly that with effective and cheap technology.

In case of a motorcycle getting stolen or an elderly person with some form of memory disability getting lost, this cheap device could come in extremely handy.

Moreover, if you're interested in all kinds of weird stuff like escaping from a straitjacket and how prisons take down drones, this channel has all sorts of how-to videos on extremely specific things. Using a bag to break into a car, for example, or making primitive torches with bacon grease. It is just all over the place; however, they, for certain, guarantee an entertaining watch.

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