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Tracker extends service

STOLEN vehicle recovery system Tracker can now be fitted to cars and vans for £2.75 a week over three years. The weekly payment is available on a leasing plan for a minimum of three vehicles following a link up between Tracker and finance company Schroder Leasing.

As a result payments are spread throughout the period of ownership and include the Tracker Network subscription. Tracker was launched in September 1993 costing £160 plus an annual subscription of £61.20 including VAT and installation (Fleet News September 10, 1993).

Tracker is operated by all of Britain's 51 police forces and its use has resulted in the recovery of 1,037 stolen Tracker equipped vehicles. Another 229 stolen vehicles, giving an estimated combined value of more than £12.6 million, were also found. Around 400 arrests followed the recoveries.

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