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Motorbike Security Advice

Posted by Debra Wilson on Sunday, March 24, 2019 Under: Motorcycle Security
If you want to keep your motorbike secure and reduce your motorbike insurance rates at the same time, the best thing you can do is make sure you have extra security features installed to protect your bike from potential thieves. Fortunately, there are some inventive ways you can protect your investment from being stolen.

Security chains are the most popular devices used for securing motorbikes. They come in a wide variety of sizes and are made of several different sturdy materials that are designed to withstand the attempts of a thief. Chains are supposed to be attached to the wheel and the motorbike itself, and if installed correctly, they pretty much make theft an impossible task. Most of the security chains designed these days are pretty much indestructible, particularly if you spend the money on a good quality one.

You might also want to purchase an AntiPinch Pin for some additional security. These are excellent for use with more modern, compact motorbikes that don't have large spokes in the wheels or extreme gaps within the frame of the bike itself. These pins are generally used as an alternative (or as an additional piece of equipment) by people whose bikes simply are not large enough for a security chain to work properly. The pin is placed through a tiny gap in the frame of the bike or in the center of the wheel so that a security chain can then be attached to it.

AntiPinch Pins are usually not too expensive, so they will not put too much of a strain on your budget. They will, however, help to lower your insurance claims considerably, so it is well worth the expense to purchase one if you have a smaller size motorbike.

You might also consider purchasing a tracking device for your motorbike. Tracking devices are quite expensive, but they can provide you with the most effective means of keeping tabs on your bike and lowering your insurance rates at the same time.

Tracking devices can be hidden on discreet areas of your motorbike so that they are not noticeable. With these types of devices, however, you should be prepared to pay a monthly subscription fee for the tracking service that the software provides. This continuous service allows your motorbike to be located at any geographic point at all times. Should your bike actually be stolen, this piece of technology could prove to be invaluable to you.

Another expensive, but extremely reliable security option is to purchase an alarm system for your bike. If you decide that an alarm system is the best option for you, you should definitely take the time to shop around before you decide on a particular system. You can find alarm systems in a variety of different price ranges, and not all of them will break the bank.

With alarm systems, if your bike is moved, pushed, or someone attempts to start your ignition, an alarm will sound, which will hopefully cause the thief to run away and leave your bike alone. You can also purchase alarm systems that come with some additional features that might offer you some additional protection. Make sure that you check with each company you are considering purchasing from so that you can be sure of obtaining the best deal for your investment dollars.

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