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The optimal system for protecting against bike theft of Zefes are registered about 12 years bicycles for the purpose of preventing theft. ZeFes registered bikes for thieves become worthless by three conspicuous removable without damaging security labels. The ZeFes security system is ingeniously simple and the owner of the bicycle can be out bike from home via the Internet (www.zefes.de) register or maintain good bicycle dealer ZeFes-bicycle pass applications. The data are only passed a legitimate group of people (police and lost and found offices) to the facts. The ZeFes security system theft prevention is recommended by the Federal of German cyclists (BDR) and many insurance companies.
Last year, a bike stolen again every minute. There are daily over 30 bikes reported stolen in conurbations like Hamburg. Bicycles and rising are approximately 1500 per day. Bicycle theft is already not a trivial offence and the police lags behind with the education rate. There is still no Unified proof of ownership (such as the ZeFes bicycle pass) for bicycles are, it is difficult for the police officers on the ground to make catching a thief when he is caught red-handed-not exactly. The Central bicycle registry Germany of short ZeFes called registered bikes with great success for over 12 years.
ZeFes is so unknown, because ZeFes registered bikes are stolen not usually by the eye-catching security labels. In 2008, only a single registered bike to the police as stolen was reported. The ZeFes security system is supported by many pages. The Federal German cycling rider e.V. (BDR) recommends its members to protect your bike with the ZeFes system against theft. Many insurance companies recommend the ZeFes security system and upon completion of a household insurance is already included in some insurance the ZeFes security system and passed to the customer for his bike. Even specialty insurers as the value guarantee AG in Hannover, the special bike insurance offer to recommend additional protection ZeFes.