Tracker officials tracked and recovered a VW Polo in Witbank after it was hijacked in Nelspruit on Friday. Hijacking happens daily in South Africa and a lot of motorists have been complaining about it because, despite being insured some people’s lives are at a very high risk as criminals kill them. It is actually great that the tracking company managed to recover the stolen vehicle and reported it to the police thereafter, this means that people should make sure that they are cars are insured and at the same time have a tracking company that will help them recover their vehicles.
The only problem is the fact that people lose their cars sometimes because, criminals are very smart and they remove the trackers from their vehicles before the police even get to them or the trucking company even manages to track where the vehicle is. So to be on the safe side make sure that show car is insured and it is a tracker, just in case you manage to track it quickly before the criminals remove it.
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