Disclosure: This is a Sponsored Post from 911Tracker. All research, writing, and opinions are 100% my own.
I don’t know about you, but I have a lot of anxiety when it comes to the safety of my kids. I am so grateful for technology and how it allows us to increase the security of our children in many different situations. So when I heard about the 911Tracker T3 Vehicle Recovery System, I wanted to know more. Don’t you?
Here’s some basics about the T3:
- Its GPS provides pinpoint accuracy and its cellular signal works nationwide.
- If a thief tries to steal your car, T3 senses when the vehicle has moved and immediately sends a text to you.
- If your car already has a vehicle alarm, T3 also sends you a text if it triggers. If you have a smartphone, the text automatically shows you the car’s position on the Google Map™.
- The T3 allows you to remotely disable the car starter; if the thief turns it off, they cannot restart it.
So if you are unfortunate to be in the situation where you car is stolen, the T3 will send you a text alerting you. You can then call the T3, press # and launch a 3 way call with the 911 operator that is closest to your car. The operator can see where your car is on their E-911 screen or can then press 3 to have the T3 voice the car’s real time GPS location. Amazing! FAST! Every minute counts!
And if you have teenage drivers in your house, the T3 can monitor their location, speed, and direction, giving you peace of mind. My kids are 2 and 4 but I know the day will come when they get behind the wheel and I’m already dreading it.
Right now, 911Tracker launched a Kickstarter campaign for their T3 Vehicle Recovery System and they need your support! With a $25,000 goal, 911Tracker has until August 27th at 5 pm to get fully funded. There are many levels to pledge, starting at $5 with a max pledge of $259 that includes the T3 and one year of the basic service plan.
Want to win a T3 of your own? Enter here!
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Disclosure: This is a Sponsored Post from 911Tracker. All research, writing, and opinions are 100% my own.0