Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Nissan and Toyota, GPS producers Garmin and TomTom, and navigation developers Google Maps and Telenav […] tell drivers they are collecting information, but some don’t disclose what information they are collecting or why […also the…] information is shared with third parties but [they] don’t always give a reason.1
So, your car and its appliances are hooked up and collecting stuff you’re not aware of, sharing the info with someone you don’t know who it is.
That shouldn’t be a problem, right?
Just because your mileage, driving patterns and use of clutch and brakes might be collected (along with other metrics) it doesn’t mean that the numbers will get into the hands of the insurance companies and affect your premium.
Of course not!