New device to be launched in KZN
By Odette Ismail
26 March 2007
A hi-tech device to curb hi-jacking by means of one touch of a button has been launched in KwaZulu-Natal.
Rob Edwards,a businessman and insurance broker Glen Harvey has launched this special device.
They have dubbed the device ‘ResQme” which is fitted to the motor vehicle and links your cellphone to your car. This will enable you to lock and unlock your car’s doors without the keys. It also acts as a tracking device and a panic button to guide you to your desired destination.
Harvey told the Weekend Argus that some people will be able to just have the cellphone and panic button installed.
This service fee is R69 a month and the installation is free.
The cellphone panic button was launched three years ago but was taken further to have it advanced and possibly linked to the vehicle. The device makes it impossible for criminals to steal your car.
For more information on ResQme call 0860 737 763.