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Since the creation of the vehicles, they have been very well received by the world market. However, this has caused some individuals to try to obtain them illegally. Likewise, several security systems were created to avoid this type of actions such as the location of the vehicle. However, these security systems were prevented by blocking the signals emitted by these devices, which increased the rate of attacks of this type. In this sense, the present research project implements the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) implant technology, which is already being used in several applications worldwide thanks to its adaptability and low acquisition budget. The objective of this project is the implementation of this technology as a backup means to prevent the vehicle from being mobilized while the owner is not inside the vehicle or to keep it running when it is forcibly removed from the vehicle. The purpose of this implementation is to reduce the number of people who are victims of vehicle theft in the Lima-Metropolitan district, which has seen a high rate of theft in recent years.