Hot off the heels of announcing our recovery total for 2023 of £39.4m, in January, Global Telemetrics tracking devices were responsible for the recovery of £1.3m worth of vehicles.
£39.4m vehicles recovered in 2023! Theft recovery rate rises again, as Global Telemetrics see an increase in their end of year figures.
During November 2023, Global Telemetrics were responsible for the recovery of £4.1m vehicles.
This takes the year’s total to £36.1 million so far, which is just £700k short of surpassing 2022’s final total, which during December has now been surpassed.
Global Telemetrics are proud to announce that during Quarter 3 of 2023 we have recovered £8m worth of vehicles which now puts us on a total of £29.8m for 2023 as a whole.
Q3 for 2023 see’s a rise of 300k on last year’s Q3 and £3.3m ahead of 2022’s by Q3 total recovered value of £26.5m.
During September, Global Telemetrics were responsible for the recovery of £3.1m worth of vehicles.
Stolen cars worth £3.2 million pounds were recovered by Global Telemetrics in August 2023.
Quarter 3 is now well underway and summer is upon us. During July, Global Telemetrics were responsible for the recovery of £1.8m worth of vehicles. This is on par with the last two July’s which have seen a slight dip during the summer months before rising towards the end of the year.
The SCD Secret Meet 2023 took place on the 11th July, in this blog we look back at the event.
Global Telemetrics are proud to announce that during Quarter 2 of 2023 we have recovered £11.9m worth of vehicles. At the halfway point of the year Global Telemetrics have been responsible for the recovery of £21.4m worth of vehicles.
This is a £2.6m increase in value from the halfway point of 2022, meaning we are still on target for our projected recovery total for 2023 of £40m.
As we now enter August we look back to June where Global Telemetrics monitored devices were responsible for the recovery of £2.7m worth of vehicles. This is on a par with June 2022. At the halfway point of the year, Global Telemetrics have recovered £21.5m worth of vehicles; this is £2.8m more than the halfway point of 2022. Global Telemetrics predicts a projected recovery total in excess of £40m by year’s end.