HIGH POINT- A new player in the world of interactive satellite and wireless security tracking systems, STAT GPS, used Kyle Petty’s recent cross-country charity motorcycle ride to launch its newest product.
With the small device allows owners of automobiles or recreational
Vehicles can track, online and in real time, the location of their vehicles in the event of theft or improper use. Other features of the unit include ability for the user to be notified via cell phone if the vehicle is stolen. The ignition can also be disabled remotely so that a thief cannot restart it after stopping.
As a promotion of the new product, STAT GPS offered Petty fans the opportunity to register on www.kylepettycharityride.com to track Petty live. Petty’s trek began July 23 in Lake Oswego, Oregon and finished July 31 in Randleman, N.C. to support children’s charities for the Chick-Fil-A/Kyle Petty Charity Ride.