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1. (WO2018044609) VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM
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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1. A vehicle security system for monitoring a vehicle and notifying a user based on an occurrence of an event, the vehicle security system comprising:

a portable rear view mirror, having a portable rear view mirror front side and a portable rear view mirror rear side and a microprocessor therebetween;

a control module, communicatively coupled to the microprocessor

a first image capture device, attached to the portable rear view mirror front side and communicatively coupled to the microprocessor;

a second image capture device, attached to the portable rear view mirror rear side and communicatively coupled to the microprocessor;

a microphone, attached to the portable rear view mirror rear side and communicatively coupled to the microprocessor;

a speaker, attached to the portable rear view mirror rear side and communicatively coupled to the microprocessor;

a remote communication transmitter, attached to the portable rear view mirror rear side and communicatively coupled to the microprocessor;

wherein the microprocessor to communicate to the control module with instructions to:

detect the event from an event set consisting of: a vehicle theft attempt, a burglary attempt, an intruder attempt, a vehicle jacking attempt, a driver before driving insecurity, a driver while driving insecurity, and a driver after driving insecurity; and

record an image of the event.

2. The vehicle security system of claim 1, further comprising:

a video display, arranged within the portable rear view mirror;

wherein the microprocessor is further programmed with additional instructions to display the image on the video display.

3. The vehicle security system of claim 1, further comprising:

at least one remote monitoring device communicatively coupled to the remote communication transmitter;

at least one registered monitoring device communicatively coupled to the remote communication transmitter;

wherein the microprocessor is further programmed with additional instructions to:

communicate the event to one member of a device set consisting of: the at least one remote monitoring device and the at least one registered monitoring device;

wait for a response from the one member of the device set;

communicate the event to the one member of the device set.

4. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein communicating the event to the one member of the device set further comprises producing an emergency tone.

5. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the control module is located on the vehicle and programmed with more instructions to:

determine if a qualifying event occurs; wherein the qualifying event is one member of a qualifying event set consisting of: unlocking the vehicle, locking the vehicle, and starting the vehicle; and

communicating the qualifying event to both members of the device set.

6. The vehicle security system of claim 3,

a communication system, communicatively coupled to the microprocessor and further comprising the microphone, the speaker, the at least one remote monitoring device and the at least one registered monitoring device;

wherein the control module is further programmed with more instructions to enable audio communication between the microphone, the speaker, and at least one member of a remote set consisting of: the at least one remote monitoring device, the at least one registered monitoring device, a central security monitoring station, a police station, and a local authority station.

7. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to:

receive a potential kill switch passcode from the one member of the device set;

verify that the potential kill switch passcode is an authentic kill switch passcode from the one member of the device set; and

disable the vehicle.

8. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to:

receive a potential vehicle theft passcode from the one member of the device set; verify that the potential vehicle theft passcode is an authentic vehicle theft passcode from the one member of the device set; and

communicate the authentic vehicle theft passcode to a third party device;

wherein the third party device is programmed with further instructions to:

confirm a vehicle theft; and

notify police.

9. The vehicle security system of claim 8, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to an auxiliary unit through the control module with the instructions to: stop a moving stolen vehicle through a central security monitoring station with police supervision.

10. The vehicle security system of claim 8, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with added instructions to:

receive a first timer expiration due to failure to receive a first manual response from the at least one remote monitoring device;

receive a second timer expiration due to failure to receive a second manual response from the at least one registered monitoring device;

communicate an authentic vehicle violation passcode to the at least one registered monitoring device and the at least one remote monitoring device.

11. The vehicle security system of claim 10, wherein the authentic vehicle violation passcode is one member of a passcode set consisting of: a vehicle theft passcode, a vehicle burglary passcode, and a vehicle theft attempt pass code.

12. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to:

receive a first timer expiration due to no first manual response from the at least one remote monitoring device;

receive a second timer expiration due to no second manual response from the at least one registered monitoring device;

communicate an authentic vehicle violation passcode to the at least one registered monitoring device and the at least one registered monitoring device.

13. The vehicle security system of claim 12, wherein the authentic vehicle violation passcode is one member of a passcode set consisting of: a vehicle theft passcode, a vehicle burglary passcode, and a vehicle theft attempt pass code.

14. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to:

transmit a potential driver distress alert from an electronic device;

responding to the potential driver distress alert with an alarm.

15. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to:

transmit a potential driver distress alert from images from the portable rear view mirror through the at least one registered monitoring device;

respond to the potential driver distress alert with an alarm.

16. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to:

receive a potential driver distress alert from the portable rear view mirror; and verify that the potential driver distress alert is an authentic driver distress alert from the at least one remote monitoring device.

17. The vehicle security system of claim 16, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with added instructions to: communicate an authentic driver distress passcode to the at least one registered monitoring device.

18. The vehicle security system of claim 16, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with added instructions to: communicate an authentic driver distress passcode to a central monitoring station.

19. The vehicle security system of claim 18, wherein the central monitoring station receives a communication of the authentic driver distress passcode from the portable rear view mirror and notifies police.

20. The vehicle security system of claim 19, wherein the central monitoring station receives at least one image from the portable rear view mirror and notifies the police.

21. The vehicle security system of claim 3, wherein the microprocessor is further programmed to communicate to the control module with more instructions to: detect a log-in instruction; and communicate the log-in instruction to the one member of the device set.

22. A process for monitoring a vehicle; the process comprises:

detecting an event from an event set consisting of: a vehicle theft attempt, a burglary attempt, an intruder attempt, a vehicle j acking attempt, a driver before driving insecurity, a driver while driving insecurity, and a driver after driving insecurity;

recording an image of the event;

displaying the image on a video display

communicating the event to one member of a device set consisting of: an at least one remote monitoring device and an at least one registered monitoring device;

waiting for a response from the one member of the device set;

communicating the event to the one member of the device set; wherein communicating the event to the one member of the device set further comprises producing an emergency tone;

determining if a qualifying event occurs; wherein the qualifying event is one member of a qualifying event set consisting of: unlocking the vehicle, locking the vehicle, and starting the vehicle;

communicating the qualifying event to both members of the device set;

forming a communication system, communicatively coupled to a microprocessor and further comprising a microphone, a speaker, the at least one remote monitoring device and the at least one registered monitoring device; and

enabling audio communication between the microphone, the speaker, the at least one remote monitoring device and the at least one registered monitoring device.

23. The process of Claim 22, further comprising:

receiving a potential kill switch passcode from the one member of the device set; verifying that the potential kill switch passcode is an authentic kill switch passcode from the one member of the device set; and

disabling the vehicle.

24. The process of Claim 22, further comprising:

receiving a potential vehicle theft passcode from the one member of the device set; verifying that the potential vehicle theft passcode is an authentic vehicle theft passcode from the one member of the device set; and

communicating the authentic vehicle theft passcode to a third party device; wherein the third party device is programmed with instructions to: confirm a vehicle theft; and notify police.

25. The process of Claim 24, further comprising: communicating to an auxiliary unit through a control module with the instructions to: stop a moving stolen vehicle through a central security monitoring station with police supervision.

26. The process of Claim 24, further comprising:

receiving a first timer expiration due to no first manual response from the at least one remote monitoring device;

receiving a second timer expiration due to no second manual response from the at least one registered monitoring device;

communicating an authentic vehicle violation passcode to the at least one registered monitoring device and the at least one remote monitoring device.

27. The process of Claim 24, further comprising:

transmitting a potential driver distress alert from an electronic device;

responding to the potential driver distress alert with an alarm.

28. The process of Claim 24, further comprising:

receiving a potential driver distress alert from a portable rear view mirror in the vehicle; and

verifying that the potential driver distress alert is an authentic driver distress alert from the at least one remote monitoring device.

29. The process of Claim 24, further comprising: communicating an authentic driver distress passcode to the at least one registered monitoring device.

30. The process of Claim 24, further comprising: communicating an authentic driver distress passcode to a central monitoring station.

31. The process of Claim 30, further comprising: receiving, at the central monitoring station, a communication of authentic driver distress from a portable rear view mirror in the vehicle and notifying the police.

32. The process of Claim 31, further comprising: detecting a log-in instruction; and communicate the log-in instruction to the one member of the device set.

33. The process of Claim 22, wherein a vehicle user is one member of a vehicle user set consisting of: a vehicle owner, a vehicle owner's associate or an authorized vehicle user.

34. The process of Claim 22, wherein a device set user is one member of a device user set consisting of: a vehicle owner, a vehicle owner's associate, a vehicle owner's relation, and an authorized vehicle user.

35. The process of Claim 22, wherein a third party is one of a third party set security monitoring personnel, a police and a local authority.