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Top 5 states for Heavy Equipment Thefts
(stats per NCIC / NICB / NER)

  2014 2013    2012   2011  2010
1. TX 1. TX   1. TX 1. TX   1. TX 
 2. NC   2. NC  2. NC 2. NC 2. FL
3. FL 3. FL  3. FL  3. FL  3. NC
 4. SC  4. CA  4. CA   4. CA   4. GA
 5. GA   5. SC  5. GA  5. GA  5. SC
 6. CA   6. GA    6. SC   6. TN   6. CA
7. TN  7. TN  7. TN  7. SC  7. TN
 8. OK  8. OK   8. OK  8. AL  8. OK
9. AR  9. AL   9. MO  9. OK  9. AL
 10. IN 10. AR   10. OH 10. MO   10. OH

* Only 19% of stolen equipment is recovered

About the RAVELCO

The Ravelco Anti Theft Device is installed in an easily accessible place under or flush mounted in the dashboard. A removable 16 pin male plug (which when not in use connects to your key chain) makes all the electronic connections. A hidden armored steel cable protects the wires from the rear of the RAVELCO base on through to the engine compartment where all the connections are made and camouflaged. When the plug is removed from the RAVELCO, it is impossible to start the vehicle.

The circuits interrupted by the RAVELCO may vary from application to application. Typically, they would include the electronic fuel pump, the ignition circuit, the starter circuit or even the computer. Complete instructions are provided for every type vehicle for installation.

All electrical connections are made in the engine compartment of the vehicle and are connected in and through the factory wiring harnesses. Since there are no exposed wires, a properly-installed RAVELCO is virtually impossible to detect and very time consuming to trace because all the wires are the same color (black). Even trained mechanics have called our offices to question the location of the RAVELCO hookup on a vehicle.

The Ravelco Anti Theft Device allows for more than 100,000 different combinations within the system.

A RAVELCO customer is assured that their plug is unique, and that no one else can start their vehicle simply by gaining access to another RAVELCO plug. Competitive products allow only six or fewer possible plug combinations, and each device sold through a particular car dealer will all use the same plug! THIS IS NOT THEFT PROTECTION!

The components used in the manufacturing of the Ravelco Anti Theft Device are of the highest quality, tested for performance, and proven in the field since 1976. Reliability is must and an absolute. Unlike competitive products, a RAVELCO WILL NOT FAIL. In fact, a major selling point of the RAVELCO is its superior performance against that of competitive products. When a competitive product fails, the vehicle on which it is installed will stall and cannot be started. Any car dealer or anti theft device installation facility that has handled a competitive product for any length of time has suffered this embarrassment -- and expense -- of having to send out a tow truck to retrieve a customer's vehicle. NOT SO WITH THE RAVELCO!

The installation of a RAVELCO requires approximately 2 - 3 hours for a trained technician using a drill and hand tools only. Although most installations can be completed in less time.

The Ravelco Anti Theft Device is superior to all the other alarms and anti theft devices, the reason for this is that the RAVELCO is so simple to use, there are not any codes to remember and there are no secret buttons to push. Whenever you leave your vehicle all you have to do to activate the RAVELCO system is "pull out the plug" and connect it to your key chain. It is like taking part of your engine with you. Many new car buyers do not want all the bells and whistles associated with today’s alarm systems because they know that no one pays attention to them! How many times have you heard an alarm going off and noticed people just walk by, minding their own business?

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