brief guide to installing a car alarm
your vehicle, and everything in it, from theft is certainly a
concern for most people, and an alarm makes a great preventative
measure. But how much security do you really need? And what should
you expect if you try to install it yourself?
Learning Center: How to Choose Car Security
Protecting yourself and your family, as well as your vehicle and
your car stereo are all excellent reasons to invest in a car
Car Security: Immobilizers
Honking horns and flashing lights are old news
when it comes to vehicle security. It goes without saying that
an auto alarm system will make noise and call attention to
itself. But anyone who's sat through a city night listening to
car alarms hoot and beep knows that many people -- and thieves
-- just ignore them.
In the endless
conflict between law enforcement officers and driving
enthusiasts, technology has given an edge to the combatants on
both sides. Consumers have been able to purchase more accurate,
longer-range detectors with nearly each passing year, while the
police have been armed with guns that can minimize the time for
detection across a growing spectrum of frequencies.