Chubb UK rolls out vehicle tracking system

Trackers to provide "highest available level of security"

Chubb UK rolls out vehicle tracking system

Motor & Fleet

By Terry Gangcuangco

Chubb UK has partnered with stolen vehicle recovery and billing platform Global Telemetrics to launch a vehicle tracking system for personal lines policyholders in Britain.

“The number of luxury vehicles stolen has increased significantly in recent years as car thieves deploy ever-more sophisticated technology,” said Stephen Vaughan (pictured), Chubb’s head of PRS (personal risk services) Europe.

“Chubb’s vehicle trackers have been developed to provide the highest available level of security for our customers to help protect their vehicles and provide them with peace of mind.”

Available to UK PRS customers and supported by Global Telemetrics, Chubb S5 Vehicle Tracker and Chubb S5 Vehicle Tracker Plus are suitable for any vehicle make or model. Both vehicle trackers come with the highest Thatcham Security certification.

Chubb noted: “Features include driver recognition, remote deactivation, and a phone app that provides live location details, journey history, and geofence creation, which means the tracker sends an alert when the vehicle goes outside a defined area.

“Chubb S5 Vehicle Tracker Plus also offers enhanced security against keyless theft with its ‘No Tag, No Start’ feature that immobilises a vehicle when the driver detection card is not in range or switched off. For car owners with multiple vehicles, individual trackers can be installed and linked to one driver detection card.”

Including installation and a one-year subscription, Chubb S5 Vehicle Tracker costs £564. The annual fee for subsequent subscriptions stands at £159. Meanwhile the initial cost for Chubb S5 Vehicle Tracker Plus is at £804, with the subscription fee amounting to £199 for year two onwards.

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