How GPS Trackers Are Used To Recover Stolen Vehicles In The Real World
If your vehicle is stolen without possession of a GPS tracking device the likelihood of retrieving your vehicle is very slim. Often stolen cars and caravans will be exported across Europe within a couple of days. However with the wider use of car trackers more vehicles are being retrieved than ever before.
Just recently Back2you became aware of another success story of a caravan being recovered by the police. With the accessibility of the GPS tracks, police knew exactly where the vehicle was, increasing efficiency and reducing police costs of a nationwide search. Once the caravan was recovered, the customer contacted the Back2you team thanking them for the service.
Here is what he had to say:
“I would like to let you know how pleased we are with the caravan tracker we purchased from you two years ago. At 7:00pm last Sunday (4th March 2018), my wife and I were just settling down in front of the television, when I received a text message from the tracker telling me it was on the move, I got another message 3 minutes later with a different location, so I dialled 999 to report the theft of our caravan from a secure storage facility 30miles away. While on the call I was able to keep the officers updated with the position, and 20 minutes later they located both the caravan which was still intact along with towing vehicle – the engine was still running on the vehicle, but the thieves had legged it.