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QR-code is a weapon in the battle against Brussels fietsdieven
Brussels minister of Mobility Pascal Smet (sp.a) today the new fietsregistratiesysteem mybike.brussels launched and demonstrated. The new online registration method replaces the outdated, unpopular gravuresysteem. A corresponding sticker with a unique QR-code needs the weapon can be used against fietsdieven.

In bike shop Bike your city in Uccle showed minister Smet immediately how easy a bike to register. After the initial registration in the system, the user can log in and all the characteristics of his bike to enter such as make, model, type, or color. There may also be a picture of the bike uploaded.

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After registration get the rider a sticker sent with a unique number and a QR code that scans to see if the bike may be stolen. If a bike is stolen, you can do that in just a few clicks be indicated on mybike.brussels and then that info up on the scan of the QR code.

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