March 5th, 2007
Transport Security, Inc. Waconia, MN received a call from an owner operator of Truckload Trucking Company explaining how the ENFORCER® Air Cuff® Lock prevented his truck & trailer from being stolen. The driver wrote a letter explaining the attempted theft and how the Air Cuff® Lock thwarted the would be thief………
Letter from Owner Operator for a Truckload Trucking Company-Bronx, New York
Dear Members of Transport Security,
How are you and your so concerned staff? It gives me great pleasure to tell you I still own and have in my possession my 1999 model 379 Peterbilt and 1997 Wabash trailer thanks to your ENFORCER® Air Cuff® Lock. On February 22, 2007, late in the evening, I arrived safely in New York after traveling over 4 hours from my last pick-up of perishable goods, a routine I have done for the past eight years. I left my tractor and trailer parked in my regular spot. On February 23rd at or around 12:00 am midnight, I left my tractor and trailer parked. I fed my dogs and had a refreshing clothing change. I returned to my equipment around 3:30 am. I opened the driver’s door to notice glass on my floor near the pedals. I looked to find the source of the broken glass, but had no success. I attempted to put the keys in the ignition but to my surprise, the ignition hole was bare. I looked even closer and saw that my dashboard was removed enough for the culprit to remove the ignition switch for their wiring to start the vehicle. I presume the vehicle was started but to release the air, I guess they changed their mind and left after meeting “Mr. Air Cuff”. I then noticed my passenger air vent window was broken giving the culprit entrance. They did not touch any of my belongings, which makes me moved to announce the savings. The $70 equipment saved me and my family. I thank the staff and all members of Transport Security for being here to support us with deterrents for these upcoming freeloaders. Thank you.