According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) there were 6.1 million car crashes in 2014, resulting in 2.3 million people injured and over 32,000 fatalities. NHTSA reports the total annual cost of accidents to be nearly $900 billion. But what are the potential costs to you if you get in a crash? Potential

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The ecosystem around the automotive industry is changing at an unprecedented rate as more vehicles are being connected with after-market solutions and embedded technology. Consumers are becoming more technologically savvy about their new car search and the competition is more nimble in leveraging digital technology to capture prospects early in the sales cycle.

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Auto theft is often the first crime engaged in by juvenile offenders who go on to a career of committing other crimes. Stolen vehicles are often used in burglaries, armed robberies and other crimes.

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Crash Detection: Why Reliability Matters

  • March 5, 2018
  • Scott at LoJack
Crash Dectection

In a previous post, we talked about the “day-to-day” business costs of collisions and other accidents, and how crash detection can save both money and lives. In this post, we’ll explore the importance of reliability in crash detection algorithms. Intense competition among insurers, downward price pressure and a wealth of companies to choose from, have

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High Tech Cars

Many features on today’s economy car would have been expensive options on yesterday’s high-performance luxury automobile. Those high tech features can drive up the costs of a crash, and may have a chain reaction of high auto theft.

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Auto Theft Statistics

If you’ve been keeping up with LoJack, you already know that over 700,000 cars are stolen every year, according to the FBI Uniform Crime Report and over 90% of LoJack-equipped cars, trucks and SUVs are recovered, often within hours. Here are a few more interesting facts about auto theft. According to Pew Research, only 13%

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