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November 18, 2013

Bike Trac - First motorcycle device to get Thatcham 6 & 7 rating

Bike Trac, the renowned motorcycle tracking device from Road Angel Group, has made history by becoming the first device of its kind specifically for a motorcycle to be awarded Thatcham Category 7 status, whilst already rated as a Category 6 device.

Widely acknowledged

July 14, 2013

Hertz and TomTom introduce NeverLost 5

Global car rental provider Hertz Corporation and TomTom have extended their business partnership to offer enhanced navigation solutions to Hertz customers across Europe by introducing the NeverLost 5 GPS system.

The NeverLost 5 portable system

July 17, 2012

Audi counts the cost of business travel with new mileage tracker app

A new free-to-download Audi app is set to make business travel a little less taxing by tracking journeys via GPS and precisely calculating the business expense they generate.

Available from iTunes, the Audi Mileage Tracker app enables business users to

April 18, 2012

Fuel-efficiency wins Iveco EcoStralis order with CFT Services

Lancashire-based CFT Services has acquired 8 new ultra fuel-efficient Iveco EcoStralis 6x2 mid-lift tractor units – and has an additional six identical vehicles due for delivery in September 2012.

The company trialled an EcoStralis demonstrator prior to placing

April 04, 2012

Flying Car makes successful maiden flight

The Dutch company PAL-V has successfully concluded test flights of its flying car, PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle). During the past two weeks, several test flights were conducted. The patented vehicle flies in the air like a gyrocopter with lift generated by an

March 24, 2012

Atlantic Airways takes delivery of its new Airbus A319

Atlantic Airways, the national carrier of the Faroe Islands has taken delivery of its Airbus A319 as part of its plan to increase its capacity, becoming Airbus’ newest operator, equipped with CFM engines.

The aircraft is configured in a single economy-class

March 10, 2012

Growth in GPS jammers, no match for Tracker

New research from the Sentinel consortium reveals a rise in vehicle thieves using jammers in an attempt to outsmart the police. Criminal gangs can easily import cheap GPS jammers from overseas and use them to steal expensive cars and lorries with valuable loads. Stolen Vehicle Recovery (SVR)

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