There is no need to worry about stealing or theft of your bikes now because a talented youngster of Karachi, the biggest city of Pakistan, has invented a motorcycle tracker system. The system will be very helpful for 60 percent middle class bike riding community of Pakistan.
Rizwan Baig, an electronics engineer and resident of AB Senia Lines, says that he has completed his project within three years. He said the idea of the project came to his mind while he was sitting at a tea hotel three years ago.
The tracker system can help to point out the area of stolen motorcycles. The price of the tracker system is just PKR 6,000 which is affordable for the middle class community.
The talented inventor said the tracker system could be followed with the help of multimedia messages, SMS and internet service. The stolen bikes are jammed with the help of the tracker system. While remote controlled siren can also inform the people about suspected bikes.
It is worth mentioning here that at least 40 motorcycles are stolen in Karachi every day.