Archive for March, 2012

Catalytic Theft – I-Addvantage Site Now Live

March 19th, 2012 Comments off

The I-Addvantage Cataytic Converter Theft Advert is now live and can be seen by clicking on:-

Catalytic Converter Theft!

So what is I-Addvantage?

In the modern day the internet is where people search for products or services; with this any company from a one person dog grooming business to a multi country business with a specific product that needs to be on the first page of search engines such as Google or Bing.

Statistics says that if you are not on the first page of the organics search engine you will not get the call! Organic driven searches are of greater interest to the searcher than the Pay per click adverts on the page, so we could say pay per clicks could not work for you.

We think of I-Add-vantage as an ever present advert on the internet, not a one hit half or costly full page advert in a publication hidden within pages and with a very small shelf life, I-Add-vantage can be around forever!

So to find how you can achieve top search engine ranking call Matthew Burke on 07876663609.

With regard to CatGuard, In the early part of 2008 as a result of the credit crunch in the UK, prices on scrap metal and precious metals increased dramatically. At the same time the theft of Catalytic Converters followed suit with thieves just simply cutting each end of the system and removing the CAT completely, with the demand for precious metals, and parts as a result, the risk of theft of catalytic converters is on the rise.

Vehicles that sit higher from the ground, such as trucks, pick-ups and SUVs, are particularly vulnerable to catalytic converter theft because thieves can slide underneath without having to jack up the vehicle to gain access to the converter. With just a few cuts of a battery-powered saw, the converter can be removed in less than a minute.

If a CatGuard is installed and a thief attempts to remove the Catalytic Converter, CatGuard alarm will be activated. This will result in a 114 decibel siren or voice alarm giving a deafening warning along with a high intensity flashing strobe to drive the thieves away.

With the low cost of a CatGuard, this device can hopefully prevent high repair costs to the unlucky owner.

To enquire for a Internet Advert call 07876653609 or to enquire about Catalytic Converter Theft click on CatGuard!

TPMS, Tyre Pressure Monitoring

March 1st, 2012 Comments off

UK Ambulance Service Start A Trial Of AirAlert With Case to Install To Fleet
A UK ambulance service has recently started a trial of the TPM System from aide automotive ltd, AirAlert is a reactive warning Tyre Pressure Monitoring Device.

Once installed the device will blink when a loss of PSI occurs (4PSI for cars & 8 PSI for commercial vehicles), so just walking up to the vehicle will highlight a under inflated tyre.

AirAlert is ideal for commercial vehicles and trailers, when a tyre valve is not visible the devices LED will blink so bright, the LED will show on surrounding surface areas, making inner axled tyres easily checked.

Ambulance tyre pressures are critical due to weight and response driving, with this the staff of this service have requested the authority to review ways of checking and preventing accidents due to under inflated tyres.

The trial will run for a least a month for all managers and staff to review how an Air Alert TPMS can help.

Contact aide automotive ltd for further information on TPMS.