BRP UTILISES DIGITALLY ENCODED SECURITY SYSTEM ON CAN-AM ATVs
June 22 2006.
For reassurance and security for ATV owners, BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products) is introducing the ATV industry's first OEM theft-protection system, D.E.S.S. (Digitally Encoded Security System) as a standard feature on several of its 2007 Can-Am ATVs to protect against theft.
The D.E.S.S., which uses similar technology as leading car security systems, ensures that only the owner's coded key can start the ATV's engine. The key must match the code that is encoded into the ATV's E.C.M (Electronic Control Module) before the engine can start.
The security system, which is already featured on the 2006 Outlander 800 H.O. EFI and Outlander Max 800, will also be fitted on several 2007 Can-Am models including the Outlander 650 H.O. EFI.
Jets Marivent is responsible for the distribution of Can-Am ATVs in the UK and Eire.  For more information about the models with D.E.S.S., visit  www.can-am.brp.com