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September 2010


28 September 2010

Chrysler offers Mopar vehicle tracking service

For the incredibly absent-minded among us, Chrysler is unveiling a new Electronic Vehicle Tracking System that lets drivers know where their car is located. It could help with a stolen car, too, we suppose. The system, developed by Mopar, is powered by a GPS system that allows vehicle tracking without a subscription. Base users get to use the system…

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28 September 2010

UK: Police Tractor to Target Rural Thieves

A tractor has been given a police makeover, including a flashing blue light, to help tackle crime in rural areas. Lincolnshire police force has added the John Deere 6630 tractor to its fleet of crime-fighting vehicles. Officers will use it to patrol farmers' markets, agricultural auctions and other events during the autumn to promote the combat…

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25 September 2010

India: GPS Traps Indian Car Thieves

NEW DELHI: Two alleged vehicle-lifters were arrested from Punjab with the help of Global Positioning System installed in the stolen vehicle in which they were travelling, police said on Friday. Jorawar Singh (40) and Pradeep (24) were apprehended from Dasua in Punjab recently, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) H G S Dhaliwal said. Both of them work…

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23 September 2010

UK: Tracker Covers on Average Two Items of Stolen Plant and Agriculture Machinery Every Week

www.TRACKER.co.uk As John Craven and the BBC Country File team report on its investigation in the recent rise in rural crime this coming Sunday, stolen plant and agriculture machinery recovery experts TRACKER reveals that it recovered over 3.5 million pounds worth of stolen plant and farming equipment between June 2009 and July 2010. Supporting efforts…

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1 September 2010

Survey finds most frequently stolen cars in New Zealand

If you own a Nissan Silvia, watch out - a survey has found it to be the most frequently stolen car for the third consecutive year. The AA Insurance survey out today has revealed the 10 most frequently stolen cars in New Zealand, based on theft claims received over the last four years. The Nissan Silvia is followed by the Honda Torneo, the Nissan Skyline…

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