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08.11.18. National Rural Crime Day
Fight back against rural crime with Meta Trak ATV Deadlock for total ATV security
Tracking. Immobilisation. Connectivity.
ATV theft is causing frustration, expense and loss of working days for rural workers reliant on their utility vehicles.
“Over 700 ATVs have been stolen since the beginning of the year”, says Andrew Huddleston, National Police Lead for Agriculture and Machinery Theft, speaking at the recent National Yamaha Dealers’ Conference. “Police are concerned about the scale of the problem and are incredibly supportive of manufacturers in the adoption of new technologies to help tackle this issue"
Meta Trak, approved accessory supplier to Yamaha, are revolutionising the approach to ATV security with the launch of the most comprehensive ATV security and connectivity system on the market.
Andy Archibald, Head of Telematics at Meta Trak comments, “Rural crime is a serious problem. We are pleased that specialist Police units are so supportive of the advanced technology available and are now working closely with vehicle manufacturers. Meta Trak ATV Deadlock is designed to help prevent ATV theft. It combines advanced immobilisation with Meta Trak’s new generation tracking technology, 24/7 control room monitoring and an easy-to-use app”.
The advanced starter immobiliser takes ATV security to the next level. The immobiliser arms automatically after the engine is turned off and disarms when the Rider Recognition Tag is present. However, when Deadlock Immobilisation is activated via the smartphone app or web, the vehicle cannot be started, even with Rider Recognition Tag.
The smartphone app allows you to stay connected with your ATV, anytime and anywhere.
"Over 700 ATVs have been stolen since the beginning of 2018. Police are concerned about the scale of the problem and are incredibly supportive of manufacturers in the adoption of new technologies to help tackle this issue"
National Policing Lead for Agriculture & Machinery Theft