LoJack for Motorcycles

LoJack Corp., the company that pioneered stolen-car tracking devices in the 1980s, is unveiling a similar device for motorcycles. This is a...

LoJack Corp., the company that pioneered stolen-car tracking devices in the 1980s, is unveiling a similar device for motorcycles. This is according to an article published today in the Boston Globe.

The company has wanted to develop a stolen-motorcycle recovery device for quite some time, but couldn't develop a device small enough that could be concealed on a motorcycle. Until now, that is. The units are priced at $595.00 each.

I think this is very good news. When you've got Harleys running $20K to $30K, you're talking about the same price of a car. And most bikers seem to prize their rides more than their cars. I think LoJack has a winner on it hands.

The only thing is that I doubt these devices will actually help you get your bike back. These motorcycle theft rings will strip a bike down so fast, that I doubt a LoJack device will remain hidden long enough.

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