The holidays are upon us and with the celebrations comes an increased risk of work van equipment theft. If you work out of your van, you know how important tools and equipment are for your livelihood. Keeping them protected will ensure that you don’t become a victim of theft. Here are some steps you can take to keep your van and tools safe.
Keep out unwanted guests by adding extra locks to your doors. Slick Locks and UFO Locks are specially designed locks that are installed right to your side and rear doors.
Security Window Screens
These wire mesh screens will prevent broken windows. Security window screens add a layer of protection to your valuable equipment and tools.
Van partitions protect you from injuries caused by moving cargo and insulate the driver’s cabin. Most importantly, a partition prevents entrance to the cargo area in the event of a break in.
Lockable Shelf Accessories
Smaller items also need to be secure. A lockable drawer cabinet or door kit will help keep these parts organized and secure. Install these right onto your shelf for easy access.
Lockers and Boxes
Cabinet lockers and cab boxes can carry important files, smaller tools, and other valuable equipment. Keep your phone or wallet locked away while you are out on the field.
Parking in a well-lit or camera-monitored area can be a great preventive measure. Installing a dash cam and adding an alarm system can keep you updated on what’s going on around your vehicle.
By keeping your work van equipment safe, you can protect your business. Just a few of these items will deter theft and save you hundreds in the long run. If you’d like some help getting started, please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service team. Send us an email or give us a call for more information.