2015 can only be described as one hell of a year at Bike Trac. Not only has it been our busiest ever in terms of new customers, but it’s also been our busiest for bike recoveries too. In 2015 alone, we happily reunited over 150 stolen bikes with their owners, and in the process, played a part in several convictions with exposure on BBC1 too.
Away from the dark and gritty side of things, we’ve been proud to support a number of great rides and cause… Read more
While we could be accused of shouting about the many recoveries we make each month we’re not so vocal about the many adventure trips and charity rides we sponsor, utilising Bike Trac for live tracking.
In 2014 alone, we backed several high profile trips, that not only helped to assure the personal safety of each rider, but allowed family, friends and sponsors the chance see their progress, live 24/7.
Thanks to the unique technology develo… Read more
Road Angel Fleet will launch its latest innovation at the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC in Birmingham tomorrow (April 29), as Tough Track makes its worldwide debut.
Developed from Road Angel Group’s considerable experience in automotive fleet tracking and security innovation, Tough Track is a unique asset tracker that thanks to its patented impact resilient casing will protect even the most remotely located items, due to b… 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
The recent F1 Monaco Grand Prix certainly raised a few talking points, not least the comments of former world champion Kimi Raikkonen. He was less than amused by the manoeuvres of Sergio Perez which resulted in Raikkonen gaining a puncture and dropping down five places after the two drivers made contact.
Post race when asked whether other drivers should talk to Perez regarding his aggressive driving which had affected other drivers thr… Read more
Since the introduction of the first fixed speed camera 20 years ago, these ‘road safety’ systems have developed from glorified Kodak cameras on a pole, to sophisticated multi-camera systems that monitor average speeds over many miles, using infrared night-time vision. And just when we thought we had seen it all, along comes the SafeZone™ system from Siemens.
SafeZone Speed Camera
Also known as the SICORE average speed camera, th… Read more