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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-18-2010, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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GPS Tracker/Security

Well..I usually read this Forum for general info or in case I have a problem but with all the bikes I see and hear that get stolen I wanted to post this.
I have had a bike stolen before and its not a good feelin.
I purchased a GPS Tracker that is pretty sweet. It sends me a text and email in seconds once my bike is moved. It does a lot of other things to but knowing I get an alert so quickly is what impresses me. My Insurance company told me that after 10 to 12 hours you can pretty much forget about getting a bike back. I have seen some of the "homemade" inventions people talk about and some of these really dirt called trackers and it makes me laugh....if its that can't do is what I have and its worth a look if you worry about your bike or anything else you ride gets stolen..... by the way, I had Lojack last time and NEVER again....worthless...
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-25-2020, 09:04 PM
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No, I think they are worth it. I live in a city with a high rate of theft and when I have a new Victory, I am interested in installing GPS tracking equipment. In another forum, I got some feedback about Trackimo. However, the review seems to be nothing more than that at best. I did some digging on Amazon and found a department called Spytec, which seems to have the best reviews. The problem is that it seems to be more suitable for vehicles and is not waterproof. I contacted the company to inquire and learned that it has a special waterproof box and can even be used as a personal tracker. I got it, it worked really well, and location updates and alert reminders were timely. Avoiding multiple thefts of my Victory.
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