What is a Category 7 tracker?

What is a Category 7 tracker?

Thatcham category S7 is the new classification for vehicle trackers that were previously considered Category 7 or Category 6. Category S7 vehicle trackers offer a range of features from a simple track and locate to products with additional value-added features for extra protection of your vehicle.

What is the difference between CAT 5 and CAT 6 trackers?

The vehicle is monitored 365 days a year 24 hours per day exactly the same as Thatcham Cat 5. The Thatcham Cat 6 trackers have no form of immobilsation meaning the vehicle can’t be shut down or stopped in any way. The Thatcham Cat 6 units also have a slightly lower police response than Thatcham Cat 5.

What does Thatcham S7 mean?

Thatcham Category S7 is the new classification for vehicle trackers that were previously considered category 7, or category 6 without ADR. Category S7 does not offer ADR but can still offer safety and security to you and your vehicle.

What is the difference between S5 and S7 tracker?

The Differences S5+ Remote immobilisation: S5+ can not only track the whereabouts of a stolen vehicle, but has the ability to immobilise the car remotely. S7 No protection against key theft* you have to alert the service centre when you notice the theft.

Can cat’s go back on the road?

A Cat S car is one which has sustained structural damage during a crash – think items such as chassis and suspension. While the car can safely be repaired and put back on the road, Cat S cars must be re-registered with the DVLA.

Which car tracker is best?

9 Best GPS Trackers for Cars

  • #1 – Americaloc GL300W Mini Portable GPS Tracker.
  • #2 – Optimus 2.0 GPS Tracker Bundle.
  • #3 – Linxup OBD GPS Tracker.
  • #4 – The Mileage Ace GPS Mileage Tracker.
  • #5 – Automatic AUT-450C OBD II Tracker.
  • #6 – Spytec GL300 Mini GPS Tracker.
  • #7 – BrickHouse Security TrackPort OBDII Vehicle Tracker.

What is a Category 5 tracker?

Thatcham Category 5 is the highest specification stolen vehicle tracking device that is approved by insurers. Category 5 gps trackers are ideal for high performance and high value vehicles, and when fitted correctly provide the owner with peace of mind that their vehicle is secure.

What does Thatcham Cat 1 mean?

Electronic alarm
Thatcham Category 1 – Electronic alarm and immobiliser A Category 1 alarm will feature perimeter and ignition detection, and will incorporate movement or glass break and tilt sensors. There will also be a siren powered by its own battery supply that will sound if your car gets broken into.

What does S5 mean on a car?

GPS car tracker systems certified as S5, formerly known as Cat 5, are equipped with additional security features which means that they will pro-actively alert the Monitoring Centre, if the authorised driver recognition system is not in place when the vehicle is moved.

What is a CAT 5 tracker?

Is a cat’s car worth buying?

Cat S and Cat N cars are generally worth far less than equivalent cars that haven’t been involved in a collision, so they can look like good value. It will also reduce the future resale value of a car, meaning you’ll get less when you come to resell it.

Is a cat’s car more expensive to insure?

Insurance is all about risk, and Category S cars are risky things to insure. Most insurers will consider covering a Category S car, but at a much higher price than a car that has not been written off.