The CESAR Security System, powered by Datatag, is the official security initiative of the Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) and is fitted as a standard feature on all new Suzuki utility ATVs. And whilst it might be classed as a standard feature, it is anything but that!
Datatag is a unique security system comprised of layers that will never wear out or need servicing. Once fitted, it gives your ATV a unique ‘fingerprint’ with an identity that cannot be erased, however hard a criminal may try. Your Suzuki ATV becomes four times less likely to be stolen and six times more likely to be recovered as its virtually impossible to defeat this multi-layered system; giving you peace of mind. Plus, there is the added benefit of reduced insurance premiums by up to 12.5%!
Let’s unpack the layers of the security system and what they comprise of. Here we will cover RFID chips, microscopic datadots, and tamper evident warning labels.
The unique RFID transponder ‘chips’ which are hidden inside the seat and wiring looms of your Suzuki ATV are near impossible to find. But above and beyond that, they are not the standard RFID chips which can be overwritten or erased, they are secure chips with the unique alpha numeric number permanently etched into the circuit board meaning the data held cannot be tampered with. One transponder chip is housed in an obvious CESAR green triangle and attached visibly to the outside of your ATV sending a clear message to would be thieves that they should steer clear. If they do remove it they leave three holes in the fairing which clearly states a missing transponder which the Police are on the look out for.
The Datadots are transparent microscopic plastic discs, less than 1mm in diameter and printed with a unique alpha numeric code and Datatag's 24/7 contact centre telephone number. They are applied in hidden places all over your Suzuki ATV resulting in hundreds of identifying marks. Yet only one is needed to prove ownership! Therefore, a thief would have to be 100% confident that they had found and removed every single one to avoid detection and prosecution – based on recovery history we can say with confidence this doesn’t happen often!
Tamper evident warning labels also with a unique alpha numeric number are the final string to the bow and are placed on the frame of the machine. If these are tampered with, they will disintegrate and show another clear and visible sign that the ATV’s identification has been tampered with. It’s especially good to keep an eye out for these labels when purchasing parts!
With a security system that’s easily installed and acts as both a powerful deterrent against theft and an invaluable aid in recovery in the event of loss, protecting your Suzuki ATV has never been easier!
To find out more about Suzuki KingQuads and their standard yet invaluable features visit: www.atv.suzuki.co.uk