Win the Fight Against Car Theft: NYC Offers 500 Free Apple AirTags
The Mayor of New York City has announced a new initiative to combat car theft in the city. Starting this month, 500 Apple AirTags will be given out free to residents with Kia, Hyundai, and Honda models that are being targeted by thieves. The AirTags are small tracking devices that can be placed inside vehicles and connected to an app on the owner’s phone. This allows them to track their vehicle in real time if it is stolen or misplaced.
The Mayor hopes that this program will help reduce car thefts across the city as well as give owners peace of mind knowing they can easily locate their vehicle if it is taken away from them without permission. Furthermore, he believes this could also lead people who have been hesitant about purchasing these cars due to security concerns to feel more comfortable doing so now knowing there is an extra layer of protection available for them at no cost through the use of Apple AirTags technology.
Overall, this seems like a great opportunity for those living in New York City who owns one of these vehicles and wants some extra peace of mind when it comes to protecting their property from potential theft or misplacement incidents while out on the roads or parked overnight somewhere else within city limits.Read more at CNN