This paper presents the use of Radio Frequency Identification for locking the vehicle; along with vehicle theft intimation and smart tracking system. The present vehicle locking systems consists of; mechanical lock and key architecture or Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) architecture. The vehicle intruders can easily gain the access of the vehicle by duplicating keys, breaking mechanical locks and use radio frequency receivers with appropriate decryption algorithms in case of Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) architecture. Moreover, there isn’t any provision for remotely communicating with the vehicle for tracing. The proposed system consists of using Unique Radio Frequency Identification cards along with password authorization for locking the vehicle. The driving license number issued by RTO‟s can be used for Unique Radio Frequency Identification along with password verification to unlock the vehicle and its ignition. Thus protecting the vehicle from intruders. Perhaps, this will also make the use of license mandatory to drive the vehicle. This project also involves a provision for theft intimation to the owner of the vehicle in the form of a call from the GSM module fixed in the vehicle. As soon as, the intruder will open the bonnet of the vehicle to start the ignition; which otherwise is not possible; the bonnet switch is open circuited and a call is initiated to the owners cell phone and GPS co-ordinates are continuously sent as SMS. Thus, vehicle’s route can be easily traced on the Google maps.