The home alarm company does not respond - they call the police. The police prioritize the response depending upon whether or not someone is in imminent danger personally. BTW, is it BMW that says you have to go to the police station, or is that up to the local police (I'm guessing the latter). My guess is that it goes back to what I said above. If the owner or other victims are not in the car and not in imminent danger it gets a different priority.
Originally Posted by Sharbotcom
Could you imagine your home/business alarm company telling you you had to have a police file number before they would respond? I know I'm being a bit over the top on this but what happends if you are stranded somewhere (they just stole your transportation) and couldn't get to a police station in a timely manner?
Wow, this really is an "after the fact" service!
2012 BMW 550 M-Sport
2014 Lexus GS350---Wife's car
2013 BMW 1600 GT---2011 Kawasaki Ninja 1000---2012 Ducati Panigale
Last edited by jjsC6; 11-13-2012 at 06:08 AM.