GLOBALi is one of the most effective anti-theft measures in the
industry today. The program is made of two parts: the unique Theft Identification labels and the Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network.
How does GLOBALi vehicle registration work? Read on to learn
about the three main reasons that make the system an ideal choice for any
vehicle owner in Canada.
One of the key elements of GLOBALi is the Theft
Identification labels affixed to high-target areas of a vehicle. Even if the
labels are removed, law enforcement can still easily identify the unique theft
identification number for that specific vehicle. The theft ID number adheres to
the body part(s) and can only be seen with a frequency specific ultra-violet light
order to clearly read the unique theft ID number. From there, it’s just a quick
search through the GLOBALi Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network (VRRN) to
determine the true VIN and where the vehicle was purchased.
Registration for Identification and Prevention
In order to properly identify stolen vehicles and
components, GLOBALi Theft Identification labels are applied to ten strategic
locations throughout the vehicle along with two decals on driver and passenger
side windows. Parts that can be easily identified are worth substantially less,
if anything at all, on the black market because these parts can be traced back
to true VIN and the vehicle owner. With this in mind, most car thieves would
rather target a more profitable option. A well-known identification system
helps to prevent cars from being taken and acts as a way to reclaim stolen
goods in the event of larceny. The secret to one of the most effective recovery
networks in North America is how the GLOBALi unique theft ID numbers can be tracked
in the GLOBALi Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network (VRRN) to identify the true VIN.
Registry & Recovery Network (VRRN)
A registration number alone is useless unless there’s a way
to track it. The GLOBALi Vehicle Registry & Recovery Network (VRRN) is one of
the largest network of its kind in North America, which makes identifying the
true VIN of stolen vehicle and parts substantially easier. The VRRN is
comprised of local law enforcement, dealerships, and vehicle owners and is used
as a resource to help fight against auto theft. The VRRN is growing daily and
has over 5 million registered vehicles in the network.
To learn more visit globali.com
or call 1-888-291-9991. You
can speak with a customer care representative to locate participating
dealerships in your area, or to answer any questions you might have. If you’re
in the market for a new vehicle, insist on the best anti-theft system available.
It’s peace of mind that other systems just can’t match.