One thing’s for sure when you see our ‘Theft Highlights’ blogs or videos one vehicle will be an ever present. Range Rover’s continue to prove to be the most stolen vehicles that Global Telemetrics recover for another month. During October the Range Rover Vogue was the popular choice amongst criminals. Multiple Vogues were recovered during October with assets recovered worth £300,000.
Audi’s continue to be targeted this month with both the Q5 and the RS6 making the list of the top 5 vehicles recovered for October with assets recovered worth over £200,000
Rounding up the top 5 are the Bentley Continental GT and the BMW 730 with assets recovered totalling just under £300,000.
Comparing this year to last year we have seen a significant increase of assets recovered for our customers, October 2021 saw a total of £1.8m recovered compared to £1.2 million recovered in the same period last month.
With Christmas approaching, in the final two months of last year Global Telemetrics recovered assets totalling over £2.3m. As icy conditions approach, opportunities for thefts increase that wouldn’t usually be present. There is no better time to get a tracker or immobilisation product in your vehicle to prevent you becoming a victim.
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Now firmly into Q2, April has seen a record equalling month for recoveries for Global Telemetrics. Throughout April, Global Telemetrics monitored devices were responsible for the recovery of £5.8m worth of vehicles. This total equals the record set in March 2022 of the same total. April saw a £2.2m increase from March 2023.
Global Telemetrics are proud to announce that we have been responsible for the recovery of £9.5m worth of vehicles in Q1 of 2023.
As the first quarter of 2023 draws to a close, Global Telemetrics remains on track to hit the projected recovery total of £40m of vehicles by year-end. March proved to be a busy month for the team, with £3.6 million worth of vehicles recovered. This is a £1.1m increase from last month’s figure of £2.5m, and brings our Q1 figure to £9.6m.