When is the best time to install a vehicle tracking GPS system – before you need it is the advice of many Insurance companies. Having a vehicle stolen is a major inconvenience and often leaves you stranded. Add to that any valuables that may have been left in the vehicle at the time and it creates one of those headaches you never wanted. Multiple that by 100 vehicles, and it could be the end of your business. Now, if you own more than one vehicle or a fleet of them, do you have options to protect them – of course you do.
If you have one vehicle or 100 vehicles, there are many options on the market that can help you track your fleet 24/7. From Real-time Tracking, notifications, history and reports to geofencing – to get instant notifications sent to either your smart phone or PC for whenever your asset enters or leaves a geo fence how handy is that!
Anonymous users also have the option to upgrade and have the tracking integrated with compatible software that you may already be using, or we can create that special system just for you.
Just imagine, of all the benefits, just the ability to be able to real-time track your vehicles in case of theft it would enable you to quickly find and recover your asset which would greatly reduce the chance of vandalism and damage.
Police say up to 100 vehicles belonging to a rental car company in Auckland have been stolen.
Source: 1 NEWS
Inspector Matt Srhoj of Counties Manukau Police said the vehicles were taken from a Jucy yard in Māngere, South Auckland.
Over the weekend, several of the vehicles were recovered.
Inspector Srhoj said the total number of vehicles taken is unclear yet as a full stocktake of Jucy yards is yet to be completed.
“The stolen vehicles are Holden Captiva, Mazda 3 or Suzuki Swift (models) and are plain without branding, making them not easily identifiable as a Jucy rental vehicle from afar,” he said.
Twenty vehicles have been recovered in Ōtara, Māngere and Papatoetoe, and a number of arrests have been made.
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