Andrew 2.8i wrote:Oh no, not another one.
I hope that the car is found quickly and returned to it's rightful owner without damage.
Incidentally, I think the Mk2 looks particularly good in Daytona yellow.
andyd wrote:A good time to check/update your cars security and make sure you have the correct Insurance agreed valuation.
Andrew 2.8i wrote:andyd wrote:A good time to check/update your cars security and make sure you have the correct Insurance agreed valuation.
Better to be safe than sorry in terms of security. Although, the fear of theft would never be enough that it stops me using and enjoying the Capri.
andyd wrote:But if they want it badly enough they will get it whatever you try to protect it.
Andrew 2.8i wrote: That's why you can't let worrying take over your life
pbar wrote:Shame, and it's very sad for the owner, and I do hope it is found.
I always wish though, with things like this, that we find out how it happened, what process they used and/or what they broke or removed to take it. Would be so helpful for others as regards to security.
Jasonmarie wrote:That is one of my worries I do have a Immobiliser Also last year I got a steering lock that you guys recommended .
But lastyear I heard they almost have the cars away to order and go to car shows and use trackers . I think if not right andrew has a gadget to let you know if somebody has put one on your car .
Sorry I also use a picture of my mother in law on the front screen as that must scare them . I know it does me
Fordoholic Nick wrote:You got me worried now Andrew
Hooks wrote:You can purchase your own transportation tracker with simple software for your phone, i seen it in action and you could see on the map where the location is and GPS co ordinates. It costs a couple hundred quid, and has an alert feature to message your phone if it is moving. As i say it might seem expensive, but if the worst did come true, it would be invaluable for police to get your car. I can't remember the name of it, but it's one tool also worth considering, and the disc lock.
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