SPRING INTO ’14 ACTION WITH BIKE TRAC
This Saturday sees the release of the new ’14 registration prefix, and with spring just around the corner and motorcycle dealers across the country getting set for the annual spike in sales, Bike Trac is pleased to offer a special subscription offer.
Although it’s too early to suggest we’ve had sustained spells of ‘good biking weather’, many parts of Britain have been able to enjoy the… Read more
Visitors to this week’s London Motorcycle Show at Excel will be able to learn more about the UK’s most popular motorcycle tracking device, as we welcome customers to the Bike Trac stand at the show.
Acknowledged as the capital of bike theft, London is by far Bike Trac’s most active area for theft with over 90% of all assisted recoveries occurring in the capital city.
Bill Taylor, explained, “It’s certa… Read more
Following its launch at the end of last year, that saw it sell out in a matter of days, we’re delighted to confirm availability of the Gem + once again, the most advanced speed management device on the market.
Developed and manufactured in the UK, Gem + takes speed management to a new level, thanks to its market-leading accuracy that provides advanced warning of safety cameras, automatically updated due to integrated mobile phone tec… Read more
Bike Trac, the renowned motorcycle tracking device, celebrated a record year of recoveries in 2013, with no-less than 59 stolen motorcycles returned to their rightful owners along with a number of high-profile arrests too.
Manufactured by automotive technology experts Road Angel Group, Bike Trac is the only motorcycle-specific tracking device to offer Thatcham Category 6 and 7 ratings, effectively making it the only system that can… Read more
Ever wondered if you’re speeding whilst towing a caravan? Were you even aware that while towing a caravan, your speed limit is often less than what may be displayed on road signs? Or have you even questioned whether roads may be more dangerous than originally anticipated and you feel the need for prior warning?
Especially when towing over 3 tonnes of holiday home, the British roads can be an unforgiving place. Being aware of accident black… Read more
In an attempt to meet European standards on air quality, the Highways Agency is proposing to lower the maximum speed limit for a 34-mile stretch of the M1 to 60mph.
Not long after coalition proposals to increase the motorway speed limit to 80mph were swept under the carpet, these latest changes would only increase the amount of motorway tarmac that no longer operates at the regular 70mph limit.
Not the best news if you travel via the M1. But wil… Read more
As the festive period is upon us out come the traditional road safety campaigns aimed at reminding Britain’s motorists of the dangers of drinking and driving.
Many of us, sensible law abiding citizens, can be tempted to change habits we have held throughout the year. However a cheeky lunchtime festive drink or two with a colleague or a client can have huge ramifications.
Some may not be aware of the true impact of being caught drink drivi… Read more
Bike Trac from Road Angel Group has made history by becoming the first device of its kind specifically for a motorcycle to be awarded Thatcham Category 7 status, whilst already rated as a Category 6 device.
Widely acknowledged as the most comprehensively equipped motorcycle tracking device on the market, thanks to an abundance of user friendly features, the latest rating from the industry security experts puts Bike Trac firmly ahea… Read more
As more and more local authorities are trying to stretch their budgets some are making decisions which are affecting the safety of motorists and in some cases leading to a loss of life.
Local authorities are switching off sections of street lighting in their towns and cities between the hours of midnight and 5.30am in a bid to save money. This can mean that drivers are having to adjust their eyes from brightly lit areas to sections of road which… Read more
As the clocks change back to Greenwich Mean Time this weekend, motorcyclists are urged to consider their security arrangements this winter.
With reduced daylight hours, bike thieves can be more brazen in their tactics due to the lack of daylight, and while Bike Trac always suggest a first level of defence with locks and chains, only a tracking device like Bike Trac offers any real chance of bike recovery.
Bike Trac’s Bill Taylor expl… Read more