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When it comes to anti-theft measures, nothing quite matches the power of the GLOBALi Theft Deterrent Program. Automotive theft costs Canadians an average of 1.2 billion dollars a year, with upwards of four hundred vehicles a day being taken. Most are disassembled in chop-shops and sold off as parts. GLOBALi helps prevent that from ever happening with their simple and cost-effective solution. What is GLOBALi? Simply put, it’s one of the most efficient ways to keep potential thieves away from your vehicle. Most criminals are clever and are aware that a marked vehicle is more difficult to target.
 

GLOBALi Vehicle Protection Works in Three Ways

 
Automotive thieves typically know the difference between faulty anti-theft measures and the real thing, which is why your decision is an important one when it comes to protecting an investment as substantial as a new vehicle. GLOBALi works in three ways:
  • First, the easily recognizable labels provide an effective deterrent system for possible car thieves. Having said that, it’s important to note that branding a vehicle with labels alone is no real anti-theft device; it needs to be backed up with a proven system that is easily recognized by those in the thieving trade.
  • The second factor is the GLOBALi Theft Identification labels, as they act as a visual deterrent system to potential car thieves. Their purpose is far more important than they may appear. The unique theft ID labels are installed in ten strategic locations throughout the vehicle, some visible, some deeper within the vehicle body parts. All theft ID labels include a unique theft identification number.  If a thief should manage to remove the label, the unique theft ID number will adhere to the vehicles' body part.  The unique theft ID number is then only visible with a frequency specific ultra-violet light. Once identified by law enforcement the unique theft ID number can be searched in the GLOBALi Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network (VRRN) to trace it back to the true VIN of the vehicle.
  • Lastly, the GLOBALi registration number can be used to search the largest network of its kind in North America. The Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network (VRRN) unites vehicle owners, car dealerships, and law enforcement to create a valuable resource to help fight against auto theft. Simply entering the GLOBALi unique theft ID number into the VRRN allows law enforcement to track the true VIN of the vehicle. This makes it easy to prove that something has been stolen, and also makes it easy to contact the rightful owner.

Prevention

 
An absolute requirement in proactive theft prevention is to make a potential target less appealing. Thieves know that GLOBALi branded vehicles aren’t ideal for their particular line of work. It’s not easy to sell stolen goods, especially when said goods can be traced back to the original owner. Vehicles branded with GLOBALi theft Identification labels are worth considerably less to crooks, than most other options. In the simplest terms, GLOBALi effectively reduces the black market value of automotive parts imprinted with a GLOBALi theft ID number. Like any other business, profit margins are an important factor for thieves to consider and as such, it is far more profitable for them to target a car with less traceable parts that can be sold at a higher price.
 

GLOBALi Vehicle Protection

 
GLOBALi does more than any simple car alarm. The strategy was developed from the ground up to prevent theft and to make stolen vehicles easier to reclaim should a criminal be foolish enough to attempt to steal one. To learn more about this simple but effective anti-theft system, visitglobali.com or contact a customer care representative by phone at 1-888-291-9991. It’s a small step that allows car owners to take a stand against car thieves in a way that provides measureable results.
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