Are you, too, risking one of these 6 errors when you lock up your bike?

Going to work by car? Using public transport? Or relying on a bicycle? The world is increasingly trying to be environmentally-sustainable and, especially in easily accessible city centres (such as Bologna), cycling is a “must”. One of the main curses for urban cyclists is that of thefts.

Stealing a bike is relatively easy because – unlike cars and motorcycles – they don’t have a number plate or a registered owner; so it is very important to protect it properly, to discourage theft as much as possible. Unfortunately, however, there are still many cyclists who lock up their bikes in such a clumsy manner that they make life particularly easy for thieves, even the less well equipped ones.
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The electronic safe does not respond, how do I open it? (Part 2)

In this blog we propose solutions to some of the most common drawbacks which users in possession of electronic safes of various brands tend to face. Thanks to the requests of our users, we can provide a small useful guide which can be consulted by all those who are in the same situation at the moment or in the future. In this blog we have already talked about how to open a safe if the batteries are flat, if there are no external contacts and the emergency key has been lost. Continue reading

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SOME INDICATIONS OF POTENTIAL THEFTS AND “ANTI-THIEF” MEASURES

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