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ITIS expands tracking system

ITIS Holdings has announced plans to expand its stolen vehicle tracking service across Europe.

The company plans to work more closely with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) such as carmakers.

Bentley has become the first OEM to include NavTrak as an approved vehicle accessory for its Continental GT in mainland Europe.

NavTrak already provides a pan-European support service for drivers who are based in the UK but this will now be extended to other European drivers who have the device fitted to their car.

ITIS chief executive Stuart Marks said: 'We have extended our operations on the continent in order to support OEM distributors across Europe. This reflects the demand from both automotive manufacturers as well as drivers for a high quality and sophisticated stolen vehicle tracking product and support service.

'The pan-European nature of our operations also reflects the international driving habits of car owners, particularly of prestige models. Crossing borders is a regular occurrence for both UK and continental drivers and it is essential that a stolen vehicle tracking device is as effective in one European country as any other that might be visited.'

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