If you want to keep your car safe, you might want an alarm and tracker on top of a car immobiliser. There are a few types to consider, and some might come installed as standard when you get a new car.
Audible alarm systems
These are the alarms we typically think about that make a loud noise if someone tries to break into your car. If you buy a new vehicle, it’s likely that it has an audible alarm installed already. The alarms are useful, as they might scare off any criminals. But one downside is people have a tendency to ignore them as they frequently go off accidentally.
Silent alarm systems
These alarms go off when someone tries to break into your car, but they don't make a sound. Instead, you're alerted as the owner. At that point, you could call the police and tell them your vehicle is being stolen.You shouldn’t try and intervene on your own as it could be dangerous.
Trackers won't stop your car being stolen, but they could help you get your vehicle back. Typically, they use GPS to show you where your car is in real time. Please see the menu’s above for the different trackers we offer
An immobiliser is an electronic device that’s fitted into your car to stop the engine from running unless the correct , code, or key fob is present. Since the engine can only be started with the correct key, it means it can’t be hotwired, even if someone breaks into it.
What is a CAN-Bus immobiliser?
A CAN-Bus immobiliser is another type of device that you can fit discretely to your car. It offers an additional layer of security.
In order to start the car, the driver has to input a PIN code that only they know. This should make it significantly more difficult for thieves to steal your car. Please see the sections on the two different types we offer from the menu above