Bike theft is the worst that can happen to you as a rider. However, you may still recover it: here’s what to do if your motorcycle has been stolen.
Initially skeptical about Monimoto, rider John from Leeds decided to invest in one anyway and make sure his son had a tracker, too. It turned out to be the best decision ever.
When Nick, the owner of a stolen Vespa, called the police, it wasn’t an officer who helped him recover his bike – it was Monimoto.
Your Monimoto alarm comes armed and ready, set to a standard. However, you may want to do a motorcycle alarm sensitivity adjustment to customize it further.
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In the UK, we do have a bike theft problem. In the next 24 hours, more than 125 motorcycles will be stolen. Over the course of this year, some 50 thousand mopeds, scooters and motorcycles should be reported as thieved. How much of them will be returned?
When it comes to motorbike safety, silent alarms or trackers are amongst the most efficient tools. They help solve the crime and keep your mind at ease.
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In this article, we will compare some of the most popular motorcycle alarms in the UK market. The devices we will compare come at a slightly different price range.
A system like motorcycle alarms with remote start improve security and boost comfort. Despite the great benefits, it is still a challenging task, which you might be better off with a few alternatives.
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