My insurer won't cover my new car without a tracker installed - could you recommend one?

I’m taking delivery of my new Porsche Macan this month, and my insurer, whom I’m happy to stay with, will only insure it if I have a tracker fitted. There seem to be plenty of options available. The car will have a limited annual mileage, is kept in a garage within a favourable postcode area and I have taken out a four year Vehicle Replacement Plus GAP policy with ALA via your website. The vehicle already has Thatcham Cat 5 protection, but please can you advise on a tracker. I expect to keep the vehicle at least four years.

Asked on 3 October 2017 by robert nutton

Answered by John Slavin
Some of the most highly-rated, insurer-approved trackers are provided by a company simply called 'Tracker'. They aren't exactly cheap, but provide excellent coverage and the company liaises with police forces to help locate a vehicle when it's stolen. Occasionally they'll catch a thief red-handed, at the wheel, specifically because of a Tracker product being fitted.
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