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Monimoto Extends Opportunity to Invest in the Fight against Motorcycle Theft

Motorcycle theft is a problem, but there is a solution for it provided by Monimoto in their smart tracker for motorcycles. It has recently smashed its initial Crowdcube campaign target of €300,000 early. However, it has extended the chance for investors to solve the problem of motorcycle theft by extending the campaign for another seven days.

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Monimoto has seen success for its tracker and now aims to expand its reaches to more markets with a bigger team. The first next target also includes North America. If any business wants to invest and be a part of their success, then they can join for as low as €10; so little to be a part the community with one mission in mind: to stop motorcycle theft.

Today, there are 1.25 million registered motorcycles in the UK that need protection.

You must be wondering what’s so great about Moniomoto. Well, it is a great alternative to the costly insurance premiums, expensive alarm systems and standard tackers that drain the battery quickly. Monimoto is an affordable, easy to use, reliable and smart GPS tracker with a year’s battery-life that cleverly alerts your phone if your motorcycle is moved.

Featherlight, and completely wireless, it doesn’t need to be professionally fitted, making it independent from the bike’s own battery and electrics. The tracker is set up in minutes, easily concealed on a bike and offers peace of mind for motorcycle owners. In addition, monimoto offers full coverage so you can track it wherever you are in the world.

Andrius Bruno Rimkūnas, founder of Monimoto, comments: “Since we’ve launched, we have consistently invested in our technology. Our progress (and results) have been amazing as we are the most reliable and easy-to-use smart tracker out there that is actively stopping motorcycle theft. We want to make tracking synonymous with Monimoto by enabling our community of bikers to share in our success and lead the charge in becoming the number one smart tracker for motorcycles.”

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