TRACKER, the leading provider of vehicle tracking and telematics systems, is to be an associate sponsor of the annual What Car? Car of the Year Awards, which takes place on January 9, 2013. TRACKER will also sponsor the luxury car category.
What Car? publishing director Andrew Golby said: “It’s great news that TRACKER is to be involved with the What Car? Awards again next year. The Awards grow in importance year on year and the influence of any company being involved is hugely beneficial and far-reaching.”
The What Car? Car of the Year Awards are the most coveted accolades in the automotive industry. They are presented to cars that set the highest standards in their sector after being put through the toughest, most rigorous tests by the most experienced team in the business.
TRACKER managing director Stephen Doran said: “TRACKER is proud once again to be involved with the What Car? Car of the Year Awards. What Car? has long since promoted the power of working together to beat car criminals and our sponsorship of the Awards enables us to reinforce our message to its growing readership of the importance of vehicle security.”
“Our recently launched Mesh Network is the latest innovation that places TRACKER at the forefront of stolen vehicle recovery solutions. It brings together the motoring community to support the police in identifying stolen vehicles and returning them to their rightful owners.”
TRACKER has been leading the way in the field of vehicle tracking and telematics since 1993, with more than a million market-leading security and award-winning fleet management systems fitted to vehicles including cars, motorcycles, HGVs, LCVs and plant and construction equipment.
The What Car? Car of the Year Awards event is attended by more than 1000 leading industry figureheads alongside the most influential motoring correspondents from the wider media.
The event is to be held at the Grosvenor House in London on January 9, 2013. For more information and table bookings visit whatcarawards.com
What Car? the UK’s biggest car-buying brand, has two magazines, a market-leading website, an app and several established brand extensions. Its flagship magazine has helped Britain’s car buyers make purchasing decisions for more than 35 years, and its tests are widely regarded as the most trusted source of new-car advice.
Whatcar.com is the UK’s leading car-buying website, offering trusted reviews and data on every new car. A winner of numerous awards and accolades, whatcar.com is recognised as one of the UK’s leading consumer websites for car purchases and attracted more than three million visits January 2012 (desktop and mobile). The website also offers advice on True MPG, car leasing, new car deals and used cars for sale.
What Car? is owned by Haymarket Media Group – the UK’s largest independently owned publishing company with a portfolio of more than 150 titles, ranging from specialist consumer magazines to business titles and customer publications, published via wholly owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and under licence worldwide.
TRACKER has been leading the way in the field of vehicle tracking and telematics since 1993. With more than a million market-leading security and award-winning fleet management systems fitted to vehicles including cars, motorcycles, HGVs, LCVs and plant and construction equipment, TRACKER is still leading the way.
In 2005, TRACKER became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Insurance division (which was rebranded the Direct Line Group in 2012) of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
TRACKER has helped the police recover more than £456 million worth of stolen vehicles and continues to recover on average £2 million worth of stolen vehicles each month.
With over a million systems installed to date, its award-winning products ensure its customers have complete peace of mind.
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