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Oxford helps hi-tech fight against thieves

Distributor Oxford Products has signed an exclusive partnership with stolen vehicle recovery expert TRACKER. The collaboration sees Oxford distribute the security company’s market-leading TRACKER Vantage through its network of approved motorcycle dealers.

In addition to protecting motorcycles in the event of theft, Oxford is providing accident and emergency support through the TRACKER Vantage “bike down” feature.

Oxford says TRACKER Vantage is a competitively priced motorcycle tracking and security solution with integrated GPS technology.  “Bike down” is a key safety feature which detects when a motorcycle is down, in the event of an accident, and automatically notifies the person’s chosen emergency contact. TRACKER Vantage also includes access to a 24/7 operating centre and provides vehicle battery disconnect alerts.

 The TRACKER Touch app available with TRACKER Vantage, provides the owner with a live view of the location of their motorcycle in a matter of seconds. Motorcycle owners can also set a Geofence around their vehicle so that the app can alert them if the bike is moved outside that perimeter. Crucially, the app also includes a system health check, which shows the current health of a user’s TRACKER Vantage system, so they know it’s performing at its very best.

Oxford MD Andrew Hammond said: “We partner with businesses that share our vision, and TRACKER’s reputation as the leading stolen vehicle recovery specialist in the market makes it an ideal partner for us.

“TRACKER’s unique partnership with UK police forces means TRACKER Vantage offers motorcycle dealers, and their customers the ultimate peace of mind. Our nationwide sales team is already working with our dealers to get them on board as exclusive sellers of TRACKER Vantage, which helps them deliver a premium service to their customers.”

Oxford distributes its products through about 100 partners worldwide.


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