The car has an array of devices that can detect your car’s location, read its location, and take a picture of your car if it’s on the same road.
When you’re in your car, the car can’t be read.
And it’s a problem in Israel because car tracking devices, which can read your car location and location of your vehicle, are banned in most parts of the country.
According to a report published on Tuesday by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, some of these devices are also used by Israelis to monitor women’s sexual activity.
The Israeli Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) has banned the use of these tracking devices on private roads in the country, according to the report.
The Israeli Civil aviation Authority (IAA) has restricted the use, manufacture, and sale of all electronic devices, including the devices mentioned in the article, Haaretz reported.
According to Haaretz’s report, the IAA banned all electronic vehicle tracking devices in Israel on March 20.
In response, the Israeli Civil Aeronautics Authority (ACAA) announced on March 23 that it would allow the use and manufacture of the devices.
However, the authorities said they will continue to monitor the use by Israeli citizens of the electronic devices.
For the time being, the ACAA said it will allow the manufacture and sale only of those devices that have the required certification and approval from the Israel Civil Aviation Administration.
However, the information about the devices used by the ICAAs is vague.
Haaretz wrote that the device that can read the car’s GPS coordinates, for example, is not currently approved by the ACARA, and the devices that allow the vehicle to see and control the GPS navigation system are not yet approved by ACARA.