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GM Warns C-7 owners about the "valet" option


Extender32

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The inside of a car should be the same as the inside of a house-soveriegn. If I want a picture of ANYTHING inside MY PROPERTY, I'll take one. Don't want your picture taken, GTFO. Politicians, Lawyers and Judges are ruining this country.

PS Yet they can take a picture of you inside your car at a red light. There's a lopsided understanding of why government exists.

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You and your car are out in public. You don't have a right to privacy.

Although you could be in the back of a limo or bus with dark windows to hide what you're doing. The windshield has to be clear for visibility.

The valet nanny is another issue entirely. This feature allows an owner to record the inside of his car at his choosing when someone else is driving.

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You and your car are out in public. You don't have a right to privacy.

Although you could be in the back of a limo or bus with dark windows to hide what you're doing. The windshield has to be clear for visibility.

The valet nanny is another issue entirely. This feature allows an owner to record the inside of his car at his choosing when someone else is driving.

How is this any different than a police bait car?

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You and your car are out in public. You don't have a right to privacy.

Although you could be in the back of a limo or bus with dark windows to hide what you're doing. The windshield has to be clear for visibility.

The valet nanny is another issue entirely. This feature allows an owner to record the inside of his car at his choosing when someone else is driving.

How is this any different than a police bait car?

You won't necessarily get arrested for driving your own car. :)

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when you hand the valet your car keys you get a notarized signature that he knows he's being recorded lol

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You and your car are out in public. You don't have a right to privacy.

Although you could be in the back of a limo or bus with dark windows to hide what you're doing. The windshield has to be clear for visibility.

The valet nanny is another issue entirely. This feature allows an owner to record the inside of his car at his choosing when someone else is driving.

How is this any different than a police bait car?

You won't necessarily get arrested for driving your own car. :)

 

 

If it’s legal for the police it should be legal for the owner of the car as well.

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You and your car are out in public. You don't have a right to privacy.

Although you could be in the back of a limo or bus with dark windows to hide what you're doing. The windshield has to be clear for visibility.

The valet nanny is another issue entirely. This feature allows an owner to record the inside of his car at his choosing when someone else is driving.

How is this any different than a police bait car?

AZ is a one party state. Only the owner needs to be aware. As for police bait cars in most cases the parking lot is posted that there may be a bait car in use. That's legal notice.

If you live in a two party state all you'd have to do is put a short disclaimer on the dash.

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Good enough!

 

 

 

 

All I intended to say, is you should not need any warning to anyone if you use it for your cars protection.

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