Easily delete your Personal Information from vehicles you drove or connected to. Download the Privacy4Cars App for FREE:
EASY TO USE
Our vehicle specific visual step-by-step instructions make it easy for you to remove personal information from vehicles you drove or were connected to. One of GearPatrol’s “7 apps every driver should have.“
PEACE OF MIND
Protect yourself against identity theft, fraud, stalking, and home invasions. Get peace of mind that whoever gets in your car cannot easily snoop on your personal information.
Use Privacy4Cars after every rental, carshare, rideshare, and before selling, turning in, or trading your vehicle. Reclaim control over your personal data.
As Recommended By:
“7 Essential Apps Every Driver Should Have On Their Phone. The Privacy4Cars app saves you time (and frantic Googling) by providing simple, step-by-step instructions for deleting your personally-identifiable information from any car.”
“One of a kind platform built [for] the removal of personal information. Top apps you didn’t know existed.”
“If you’re selling your car or returning a lease or rental, take the time to delete the data on its infotainment system. An app called Privacy4Cars offers model-by-model directions.”
“This is a more business-friendly method of cleaning things up, including creating a compliance record.As we start sharing more and more connected cars, tech like this will become less and less optional.”
YOUR DATA RIGHTS EXTEND TO DATA CAPTURED BY VEHICLES!
Ask your dealership, vehicle manufacturer, auto finance or leasing company, auto insurer, and your rental, carsharing, and ridesharing companies that you want the peace of mind of Privacy4Cars
Driver privacy is most at risk for people who synched their phones in vehicles no longer under their control, including vehicles they rented, shared through a fleet or subscription service, loaned, sold, returned at the end of a lease, was repossessed, or totaled during an accident.
Drivers who synched their phones and have given others temporary access to their personal vehicle, such as at dealerships’ service centers, repair shops, peer-to-peer exchanges and valets are also at risk.
Examples Of People We Protected With Privacy4Cars
Bank Vice President Who Got In An Accident
We bought a used infotainment system on eBay for testing. Little did the old owner know that he had left a treasure trove of data that any criminal could have easily exploited, including
The address of his $2,7000,000 home
The contact information of the CEO, CFO, General Counsel, and the VP of Human Resources of the bank where he works
His and his family’s Social Security Numbers (SSN were saved in his contacts under “Social”)
Several used IDs and passwords saved in contacts
Text messages included bank transaction PINs
IS YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY REMOVING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION IN CASE OF A TOTAL LOSS?
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