GPS Helps to Recover Stolen Vehicle in Colorado

According to 11KKTV.com, Zippy Rent-A-Car in Colorado Springs, Colo., was able to track down a stolen vehicle thanks to the installed GPS. Police have already arrested the suspect, who was found stopped at a 7-Eleven buying lottery tickets.

The vehicle, the company reported, was the only one that had a spare tire on it and that it was the first time the company had experienced a vehicle theft.

For the full article from 11KKTV.com, click on the URL: http://www.kktv.com/news/headlines/Rental_Car_Agency_Tracking_Stolen_Car_Leads_Police_to_Arrest_159151495.html


Read here for a helpful ARN article "GPS Tracking the Right Way: Disclosure, Fees and Recovery." 

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