What about a smart car that gets stolen? I guess they can be more easily located by an app. if you do not start disabling stuff. Then again the odds are high it is already in a chop shop or on a boat to some third world country. If my car got stolen I'd reset all that I could, asap. I would not expect law enforcement to have a process for a stolen smart car that is different from a non-smart car. I'd just ask for the police report for insurance purposes. Then there is the insurance company - liability clauses!!!
Who was the genius who determined that smart cars are a user benefit ? Seems the benefit got misplaced.