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Jaguar has chosen Trackstar stolen vehicle tracking in new XJ

Following a thorough evaluation of the system Jaguar has chosen Trafficmaster’s Trackstar to replace its existing supplier. Trackstar uses GPS signals to locate a vehicle and provide an accurate view of the vehicle’s position and details of every turn and manoeuvre the vehicle takes.

In addition, Trafficmaster manages its own 24 hour control centre, where a team of stolen vehicle recovery experts are able to liaise directly with the police and provide real time vehicle locations and immediately notify them if the vehicle stops.The vehicle’s journey is also recorded and is often used as evidence to help prosecute the thief. Trackstar is also able to locate a vehicle through GSM positioning in the unlikely case that the GPS signal is not being received.

Pat Gallagher Director of In-Vehicle Products at Trafficmaster, comments:

“We are delighted to be the chosen approved stolen vehicle tracking option for Jaguar’s All New XJ. This adds to our growing list of prestige vehicle manufacturers who now fit Trackstar to its vehicles.”

Pat concludes: “Jaguar is seen as a world class prestige brand and drivers who own these vehicles see the value in protecting them from thieves. In addition they also appreciate how Trackstar can cut out the hassle and costs incurred when a vehicle is stolen and never recovered.”

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