Tracker Recovery gives 20% insurance discount

March 2006
Farmers Weekly;3/3/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 9, p70
Trade Publication
The article features the Tracker Stolen Vehicle Recovery system. Quad bike users who insure their bikes through the NFU Mutual can benefit from insurance premium discounts of 20%, provided the bikes have a Tracker Stolen Vehicle Recovery system fitted. The Tracker system is claimed to have traced more than £ 45,000 worth of stolen all terrain vehicles during 2005. The Retrieve system is activated when a bike is reported stolen by an owner.


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