Tradesmen Tool Theft Help! VaVoid- Van Crime Avoidance Network App is available now in the Apple App and Google Play Stores free
The VaVoid app has been created to help tradesmen and other van owners in the UK to protect their tools, van and livelihood from the epidemic of van tool theft and van thefts that have been happening more and more frequently in the UK and worldwide in recent years.
The VaVoid app concept is one that Van Security expert 'Jeff Scott' (Director of Sussex Installations) has created in order to give something extra to help tradesmen and other van owners across the UK (and worldwide) to protect their livelihoods. Jeff Scott is recognised worldwide as a van security expert and he demonstrates his van security innovations through our Sussex Installations YouTube channel. Jeff Scott recommends multiple strategies for van security and his newest innovation of this VaVoid app, now gives an additional strategy for van security; where tradesmen can help each other with this new 'VaVoid app - Van Security Avoidance Network'.
WE NEED YOU! to help us to help you, in order for the VaVoid App to be able to effectively help you, then we need you to help us by;
1) Please share this app with any tradesmen (trades people) that you know and in any trade networks that you belong to
2) Download and register with the VaVoid App
3) If you have had your van broken into in the last 12 months? then please make a report via the app. Add pictures of the break in (if you have them) and if it's possible, then please select the 'Choose location on map' option and move the marker on the map to the location where the break in happened. This will then give other VaVoid App users a great insight to where van break in hot spots are and allow them to avoid parking there or to take additional precautions if they have no choice but to park there.
Please watch our YouTube video that explain all about the app and we look forward to working with you via the VaVoid App.
Thanks for reading, Jeff Scott, Director of Sussex Installations
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