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 Tracker for Motorcycles, At Last!
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Posted - 14 January 2006 :  20:56:21  Show Profile  Visit sparky's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Yes, it's finally here! Tracker is now available for Motorcycles. The unit comes in two formats. Retrieve and Monitor.
Tracker Retrieve is the basic model which comes into effect when the vehicle is reported stolen. Tracker then activates the unit, which starts emitting a silent signal. The police are then able to track the motorcycle even if it is being transported in a van or container, or even stored in a garage. Once the vehicle has been located, Tracker will arrange for a uniformed guard to stay with the motorcycle until the recovery company arrives to pick it up and deliver it to anywhere in mainland Great Britain.
Tracker Monitor works in the same way as Retrieve, but also has a built in motion detector when the bike is moved the unit alerts Tracker who then contact the customer to confirm that the motorcycle has actually been stolen.
Tracker is operated by all 52 UK police forces as well as France and Spain. The Insurance companies have expressed a keen interest in this product, mainly because of the success it has had in the Car, Commercial and Plant Markets. Who knows, if it really works well we may even see insurance premiums coming down!
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