Do you own a Renault Trafic, made between 2014-2019? The van we’re talking about only has a door lock on the passenger side. If you have, today we’re looking at Renault Trafic security and how to keep your work tools safe.
Unfortunately, even though these vans look nice and drive well, in our opinion the Renault Trafic security is dreadful, so we want to to tell you why, and what you can do about it. Of course, this van can also be called the Vauxhall Vivaro, with the only difference being the badge.
Renault Trafic Security Failings
If you keep your work tools in the back of you van then this is important news for you. The Renault Trafic security is a problem because thieves can break into the rear of the van by either drilling, or punching a hole through the skin of the rear door. When they do this ( and it takes seconds) they can then access the mechanism that controls the rear door lock.
In seconds the rear door is open and your power tools have gone.
Improve your Renault Trafic Security
To help prevent the hole being made in your back door, we recommend a hardened steel plate that’s fixed in place with multiple fixings and covers the vulnerable area.
Produced in brush steel, the plates look good as well as improving your Renault Trafic security. This plate can also be used if your van has already been victim of an attack and you have damage to the rear door.
Compared to the cost of a new rear door, the plate is a fraction of the cost and is a good answer to your problem.
For more advice on Renault Trafic security, please call us on 01522 514141, or drop into our shop on Tritton Rd.
We hope this helps