Conceal your Monimoto Device securely on your motorcycle. If possible, try to put it in a way that the GPS antenna would be pointing upwards. Find the best position out of sight of unwelcome eyes - the more time a thief spends while searching for the Device, the better chances you have to prevent motorcycle theft or recover it if it's stolen.
Monimoto disarms with a Key nearby
Monimoto Device disarms as soon as it detects your paired Monimoto Key nearby. So, there is no need for you to manually deactivate it - all you need to do is carry the Key with you. We suggest keeping it in your riding apparel pocket, separately from your main keys to reduce the chances of losing it.
Monimoto arms without a Key nearby
As soon as you leave your motorcycle and Monimoto Device can't detect your paired Monimoto Key nearby, it automatically Arms itself and gets ready to detect any movement - whether it would be a theft attempt or some kids trying to play with your motorbike.
Monimoto enters alert mode if it detects movement
As soon as Monimoto detects movement, while being in Armed mode, it tries to detect a paired Key - if it finds it, it assumes that it's the owner and Disarms itself, if not - then Monimoto Device enters Alarm mode and starts notifying its motorcycle owner about a possible theft.
Monimoto calls and send GPS location coordinates
Monimoto calls the motorcycle owner in 50 seconds after the movement has been detected and no paired key was found around. After that Monimoto starts sending motorcycle coordinates to the Monimoto App. It keeps updating the location periodically until the motorcycle stops.
Monimoto calls you and sends its location to the app.