- Jan 24, 2018
- North East
And whether you are sat behind a keyboard typing it or actually laid on the floor, hands tied behind your back worrying about the safety of your wife and kids.
OK, I may have been watching too many movies, but you get the picture.
Swings and roundabouts but let me know a tracker you recommend
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Stay away from tracker network, a quick search on here or Google reviews will tell you why
With high-end vehicles they tend to be - and I hate to call them this but - professionals who know exactly what they want and what they need to do to get it; our very own Developer on here suffered a terribly traumatic experience when they violently robbed his E63 by smashing in the door of an evening to get the keys.Majority of these thieves though are sh*t scared themselves and are only brave when they are under the influence of some substance making them feel invincible.
Don't blame him, I think I would have been too.^ Couldn't agree more. John was put off AMG's for life after that incident.
Certainly with cars that have been lovingly restored (for example) I can see the thinking behind trying to protect it but I genuinely will never care for a car so much in my life where my personal safety - and that of my family - would ever be put in jeopardy not even 0.1%.I wouldn't put any family member, or myself at risk for a car.
I’m at work just now and will be until the new year at least. I don’t have the part numbers but mine was a 2012 W204 with the PPP if you do a little googling.