TWO teenage boys were allegedly found with machetes in a stolen car after SA Police tracked their every movement using a GPS system fitted to the vehicle.
Have I ever told you I love these stories? A question for you. Do you have a where’s my phone app installed on your mobile?
Here’s a thought about vehicles. With vehicle tracking devices now being available for less than $100 if you buy enough of them, why don’t insurance companies give them to you as part of your insurance package? It could be limited to cars over a certain value, but simply means of shared risk. Whenever a car is reported stolen, it s tracked, governed or disabled, depending on how fast it is going and where, and reported to the police complete with it’s current location. Why not even lock the doors so that the thieves are stuck in…
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