Car remotely deactivated after Quebec teen refuses to pay for removal of GPS device
Air Date: Aug 28, 2017 10:09 PM ET
A Quebec teenager's car was remotely deactivated by a dealership after he refused to pay to remove a GPS tracking device — one that he never wanted installed in the first place.
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