Ford Transit Anti Theft Car Security
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Ford Transit Recovered in 45 Minutes by the Police

CarLock was on duty on the 15th of February 2022.

CarLock customer sent us this message:

Hi just to let you know one of our vehicles was stolen in Nottingham and recovered within 45 minutes by North Yorkshire police, all because we used the tracking system.”

You most likely experience a shock when your vehicle is not in the parking lot where you left it. But especially in this scenario having a secret weapon like a GPS Tracker fitted onto your vehicle really provides the sought-out peace of mind. When you know you can check the exact location of your vehicle at all times.

This is what happened to a CarLock customer that morning.

My Transit pickup was parked at my office overnight. Upon my return, in the morning I noticed the van was not there. I looked on my tracker and the van was showing as in Barnsley. I contacted the police and whilst I was on the phone with Nottinghamshire police, they contacted North Yorkshire police and they were given the location and recovered the van whilst I was still on the phone with them.

When your vehicle is stolen you only hope for this kind of result. It saves you time, money, and a lot of possible headaches.

Preparing for such a scenario is, unfortunately, a must nowadays.

And while GPS tracking features can be used to recover the vehicle, we recommend arming and disarming the CarLock device so you can be immediately alerted even before the vehicle is stolen.

A happy CarLock customer concluded his story by having this to say:

Very swift and happy result. If the van did not have the tracker I would of probably never seen it again.

Unfortunately, most of the stolen vehicles are never returned to their owner.

With CarLock, you have a much much greater chance.

Take the necessary precautions today.

Treat yourself with peace of mind by investing in CarLock today:

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