A specialist concrete firm recovered IT and plant equipment worth more than £200,000 through using a stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) device from Tracker.
Nine out of 10 (92%) of the stolen light commercial vehicles (LCVs) Tracker recovered were taken without the owner’s keys in 2019.
Tracker is partnering with London-based Auto Capital enabling it to provide its customers with in-van connectivity solutions and automated intelligence.
The vast majority (89%) of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) stolen and recovered by Tracker in 2018 were taken without the owner’s keys.
Police in Country Antrim have recovered a stolen Hitachi digger worth £20,000 in a matter of hours, thanks to Tracker’s technology.
New data from Tracker shows that 82% of vans were stolen without the keys last year, an increase of 44% over 2016.
Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) made up more than half a million pounds of the overall recoveries in 2016, according to the latest figures from Tracker.
Stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) expert Tracker is urging owners of vans to ensure their vehicles are better protected.
Stolen vehicle recovery provider Tracker has assisted the Metropolitan Police in recovering a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter worth £11,000.
Frogsons Waste Management has implemented Tracker’s fleet management system.
Tracker is urging businesses to assess their vans to ensure they are fit for purpose after data from the Freight Transport Association (FTA) revealed that half of all vans on the roads, over three years old, are unroadworthy.
Hotel Media is the latest company to invest in Tracker Fleet to support its vision of becoming carbon neutral, whilst improving the efficiency and safety of its fleet of TV engineers.