TrakXpertz Anti-jammer & Immobilizer

Our unique gps tracking device offers anti-theft features others DON’T which work in tandem to provide our clients peace of mind! Simply put, we prefer our clients vehicles are NOT stolen rather than a scrapped or damaged vehicle is recovered hours later. Car thieves are using jammers which blocks communication between your gps tracking device and you, therefore preventing alerts to your mobile device. Once a jammer is activated in close proximity to our device, your immobilizer if NOT previously activated will be automatically activated fully ‘locking’ down your vehicle.

See some advice from us below…..

What You Can Do

Want to make your vehicle less attractive to car thieves? Here are some ways TrakXpertz recommends to help drivers protect their vehicles:

  • Keep your vehicle locked at all times, even while driving.
  • When parked, never leave your keys in the car. Close all the windows and the sunroof.
  • Never leave your car running and unattended.
  • Avoid leaving valuables inside your vehicle where passers-by can see them.
  • Know where you’re going. Avoid known high crime areas even if the alternate route takes longer.
  • Install an anti-theft system in your vehicle if it doesn’t have one. Thieves are reluctant to steal vehicles if they know the cars can be recovered quickly.
  • Thieves prefer to work in the dark. Be particularly cautious at night about where you park your car. Park it in a well-lit area if possible.
  • Look around. Be aware of your surroundings, especially in garages, parking lots and gas stations.
  • Have your car’s vehicle identification number (VIN) etched on each of the windows. Car thieves want to get off cheap. They don’t want to go to the expense of replacing all the glass.
  • On an incline, leave your car in park or in gear with the wheels turned toward the curb or some other obstruction. This makes it harder for thieves to tow your vehicle.
  • If confronted by a carjacker, do not resist. Cars can be replaced; you can’t.

Who You’re Dealing With: Professional Thieves

  • Professionals commit the majority of auto thefts
  • They prefer high-performance cars, as well as less exotic, more popular models whose parts are interchangeable
  • These thieves usually turn the cars they steal over to “chop shops,” which dismantle them and sell the parts
  • They also steal cars for export to other countries, often “stealing to order” to fulfill requests for certain types of vehicles


Joy-riders favour high-performance or luxury cars. These cars are usually recovered but often suffer significant damage.


Carjackers may bump your car from the rear, then steal it when you get out to look for damage. When stopped at a traffic light, leave room to manoeuvre around the vehicle ahead if you need to.

If another car bumps yours and you feel threatened, drive to a populated area or, if you have a mobile phone, call the police for assistance.