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“65.8 per 100,000 residents are or will become victims of motor vehicle theft. Many of those victims will be in their motor vehicle as it is being stolen.”
Carjacking is a frequent occurrence in some parts of the world, but rampant in others; generally speaking, it is a crime with one of the highest incidences. According to the International Criminal Police Organization, the illicit trafficking of stolen motor vehicles generates an astonishing $19,000,000,000.00 in ill – gotten revenue every year. Furthermore, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has declared that motor vehicle thefts (and the kidnappings which sometimes follow these thefts) account for a whopping 35% of the world’s crimes.
South Africa carried the unfortunate distinction of being the carjacking capital of the globe in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, with the African countries Nigeria and Kenya being of similar (albeit lesser) ‘prominence.’ Several people found themselves helpless as a result of and hindered by the steadily increasing rates of motor vehicle thefts.
Stolen motor vehicles are routinely broken down into and sold for their components or individual parts on the market or the black market. This sale makes the retrieval of the motor vehicle’s parts difficult or virtually impossible after a certain amount of time has elapsed. If a person’s motor vehicle is being stolen, and if that person is in the motor vehicle at the time of its theft, the thief may decide to remove the person from the motor vehicle during the course of the theft. The thief, on the other hand, may instead also decide to murder that person.
What people therefore needed was a quick and effective way to stop thefts from taking place altogether, or to respond rapidly and forcefully to a theft in real time. If a person was kidnapped while their motor vehicle was being carjacked, she/he needed a way to safely escape from the thief’s custody.
Frett Technologies’ AutoGuard™ vehicle recovery and antitheft system is its prized automotive security device. AutoGuard™ was specifically built to curtail incidences of car theft and save the lives of carjacking victims with the use of four (4) technologies to provide its users with one of the most comprehensive and installable security devices to date.
Once installed, AutoGuard™ users can remotely control any feature of their motor vehicle, as if they were in its driver’s seat. With this feature, users can obtain an advantage over their assailants through the remote disabling of their motor vehicle’s engine. This means that it will not be possible or practicable for an assailant to flee the scene of her/his own crime with a user’s motor vehicle.
Frett Technologies’ AutoGuard™ boasts over fifteen (15) unique features which are all but guaranteed to ensure the security of a motor vehicle and its owner, making it an ideal choice for commercial and personal use. The objective of AutoGuard™ is to decrease the loss of property and life by making the task of stealing a motor vehicle and kidnapping its occupant(s) insurmountable.