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Beaulieu fits Tracker

Wednesday, 9 February 2022 at 0:00:00 UTC


Al Suttie

National Motor Museum partners with Tracker

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The National Motor Museum has fitted Tracker vehicle locating devices to many of the most valuable cars in the collection at Beaulieu.

Doug Hill, Museum Manager and Chief Engineer of the National Motor Museum, said: ‘At Beaulieu, we have the ultimate privilege of being home to some of the most iconic examples of worldwide automotive design. With that privilege comes the responsibility of protecting these priceless vehicles. Tracker’s police partnership combined with its unrivalled technology gives us the ultimate peace of mind that we are truly safeguarding our collection.’

Clive Wain, Head of Police Liaison at Tracker said: ‘Classic cars are a lucrative market for organised crime gangs and professional thieves who steal to order. However, many of these older vehicles lack today’s inbuilt sophisticated security systems and identification marks, which makes them particularly vulnerable to theft. Our solutions overcome these security weaknesses.

‘The National Motor Museum holds numerous events at Beaulieu and across the UK each year, where the public enjoy seeing some of the country’s finest classic vehicles. We’re really proud to be involved in helping protect these iconic vehicles, playing our part in keeping the best of British automotive history safe when on the road, and secure when at home at the National Motor Museum.’

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