Pro-gard Safestop

Tina Altadonna - Friday, February 13, 2015
Why this should be installed in every emergency vehicle or crusier.

Vehicle theft is a plague to which, unfortunately, not even law enforcement agencies or emergency responders are immune.  However, for these fleets, the costs can be much higher due to lability concerns and negative publicity.  

Safestop Vehicle Anti-theft Systems provide officers and emergency responders the means to leave their vehicles and emergency equipment running during intense situations without fear of somone stealing the vehicle.  The unique design of these systems not only prevents someone from driving off, but they also prevent access to police weapons and other expensive gear.  

  • Easy to Install
  • 24/7 Always on Protection
  • Cost Effective

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How can you protect your Vehicle from theft while at the Scene of an Emergency?

Tina Altadonna - Friday, August 01, 2014
How can you protect your Vehicle from theft while at the Scene of an Emergency?

 Nationwide, Emergency and Police vehicles are frequently stolen while left running unattended, resulting in dangerous chases, damaged vehicles, fatalities and or stolen weapons and equipment.  Yes, your vehicle is flashing warning lights and blaring sirens, but it is unattended, making it an easy target for vehicle theft. 

SafeStop is a patented, plug-and-play vehicle anti-theft system that offers hands-free operation. Vehicles are always protected around the clock, even when parked in a lot, driveway or at a scene.
Pro-gard's Safestop Vehicle Anti-theft System provides fleets of all kinds with "Always On Protection" without requiring users to remember additional steps for activating the system.  The system is designed so it can be turned on and left on.    

SafeStop is intended for use in a wide range of vehicles, including those in law enforcement, homeland security, government agencies, utilities, delivery services, fire, rescue and other such markets in which running vehicles may be left unattended.

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