Norfolk's Premier Vehicle Tracking and Telematics Specialists

Norfolk's Premier Vehicle Tracking and Telematics Specialists
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Vehicle Trackers

vehicle tracker - stolen vehicle recovery systemP & P (AUTO ELECTRICAL) LIMITED supply and fit a range of Stolen Vehicle Recovery Tracker Systems including Tracker Monitor, Tracker Horizon, Tracker Response and CobraTrak 5. In addition, we supply, fit and maintain a comprehensive Fleet Vehicle Management system for fleet operators called Tracker Reporter. Applications include; Plant and Equipment, Agricultural, Cars, Commercial Vehciles and Trailers.

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P & P (AUTO ELECTRICAL) LIMITED are accredited resellers for FleetStar powered by Cybit. Promoting efficient, effective and environmentally friendly fleet management through the use of advanced telematics.


cobratrak5CobraTrak 5 is a Thatcham Category 5 listed product and therefore offers a high level of reassurance in the event of vehicle theft. CobraTrak 5 is supplied with 2 'automatic driver recognition' cards which act to arm and disarm the CobraTrak unit.

An insurance approved stolen vehicle recovery Tracking device can help you qualify for up to 20% discount on insurance premiums.

P & P (AUTO ELECTRICAL) LIMITED are Norwich's only independent TRACKER dealer and one of Tracker's largest dealers in the south of England. With system costs from £349 plus subscription they have a solution to suit you.

Fleet operators will be impressed by TRACKER Reporter for Vehicle Asset Management. You can pinpoint fleet location down to street level, monitor efficiency and productivity and Access your fleet data via a secure website.

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Which system is right for you? Contact us now for information and advice.

5% off Vehicle TrackersGet a 5% discount on all Tracker prices
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Vehicle Tracking and Motor Insurance
Motor insurance is a vital part which needs to be considered when thinking about running costs for a car. Importantly, car insurance is a legal requirement. A car should not be on the road without vehicle insurance. However unlikely it is that an accident will occur, if it does you can be fairly sure that an element of unexpected cost will be an extra burden and stress on top of the accident itself. By making sure you have the correct cover, you remove some of the worry not only for yourself and your loved ones, but also any other driver involved, assuming the accident is your responsibility.

A number of considerations need to be thought through to decide which is the most suitable cover for you. You may want to cover all options, in which case a fully comprehensive policy will be the right one for you. This will cover you for damage to another person`s vehicle as well as your own. It will also cover you against damage caused by fire, and will also cover you against theft of the vehicle itself or the contents of the vehicle should it be broken into. Personal effects, windscreen damage and even medical expenses, plus some legal expenses may be covered by this type of policy. It is important to research what the policy covers, either on line or via your insurance broker. More limited policies such as third party fire and theft or simply third party which will cover you should you damage another person`s car are all available. It is important to decide which is more suitable for you and what will provide the best cover for your personal circumstances. In addition to taking out a policy, you may want to research the options regarding how much you will have to pay, if anything towards the damage caused to another vehicle. This excess allows you to contribute towards the cost of repairs, but means that your premiums will be less as a result. Generally, the lower the excess, the higher the premium. Some companies will require you to have a compulsory excess. In all cases it is wise to research your options.

Over recent years a number of tracking devices have been developed using GPS to monitor the position speed and any other relevant data. This data can be fed back in real time to a server which can then relay the information back to a controller via computer. Vehicles can be monitored by map or satellite and the system can provide reports if a vehicle is unexpectedly moved, or if it enters a different zone, perhaps for charging purposes. Tracker Sat track is another tracking system which can be used in conjunction with local police to help track a vehicle after it has been stolen. The vehicle can be tracked via the Internet. It has the ability to disable a vehicle to prevent it`s movement. As well as providing road and aerial maps, the system can also provide e-mail and text message alerts.

A Thatcham approved Cat 5 tracking system is a popular system which can immobilise a car if stolen. It is a Europe wide system. This system can detect disconnection of the vehicle battery or if the system aerial has been tampered with. Immobilisation of the vehicle can only occur with police approval. Further information on vehicle tracking systems can be found at Car insurance

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