Viro Safety Club wishes everyone happy holidays. See you in September!
After having set out the Top 3 of the Viro Made in Italy anti-theft devices for bicycles (see this blog) today, as promised, we will answer the question: “What’s top of the Viro range for motorcycle and moped security?”. Many readers and users have shown interest in the best solutions to protect their 2-wheeled vehicle. >
The summer season is often the one with the most at risk of theft, probably because of so many people going away on holiday and the time we tend to spend out of the house to fully enjoy the summer, whilst it lasts. It is also a time of year when the worries of the winter just ended are sometimes left behind and, precisely for this reason, it is easier to believe the common myth “Well, if they want to steal, they’ll come anyway!” (See our serial blog), and so we simply close the door behind us and leave the house. Continue reading
In today’s blog we will try to answer one of the questions most frequently asked by users about the products of the Viro 2Ruote range: “What is the top of the range for bike security?”. Continue reading
Automatic gates have brought undisputed comfort, since they have made it possible to open the accesses on which they are installed without getting out of the vehicle and without any effort. Continue reading
In this article we will discover the tools and dynamics used by thieves to force a security gate. Continue reading
When we talk about security, we generally think about its practical aspect, that is to say, protecting a building with high security doors and locks, or safeguarding valuables such as motorbikes and bicycles with chains and anti-theft devices. In reality, the term security encompasses an even broader concept; Continue reading
The ELF Convention, the most important European event specifically dedicated to security, will be held on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th May.
This year it will be that city of Bologna that has the honour of welcoming and bringing together security professionals, industry representatives and all the members of the “European Locksmiths Federation” (that is to say, specialist locksmiths) who will take part. Continue reading