How RFID Technology Can Catch "Hit and Run" Drivers

           Go to www.RFID2VIN.com to find out.
 
         Keyword:  "RFID2VIN"  (Google, Search MSN...)
 
         Note: To address any privacy concerns, the RFID product chosen for this application has a maximum "read range" of only eight inches. This is to ensure it's information cannot be obtained by a passing car or at a stationary checkpoint--such as a toll booth, for example.
         It is no more an invasion of our privacy than the license tags we're required to have on our cars.....
 
          









































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