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Old 10-01-2022, 07:55 AM   #1
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Anti Theft Devices

Have a 2002 Born Free B+. For discounted insurance pricing State Farm requires an Electronic Anti Theft Device be installed. Any ideas? I would prefer a Steering Wheel Brake Lock but they require electronic.

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All kinds of aftermarket auto alarms/anti-theft systems out there. Some specific to a vehicle, others universal with a remote keychain FOB.

Talk to your local Car-Toys store for ideas or full installation.

Would be interesting to hear the discounted savings versus cost of install.
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All kinds of aftermarket auto alarms/anti-theft systems out there. Some specific to a vehicle, others universal with a remote keychain FOB.

Talk to your local Car-Toys store for ideas or full installation.

Would be interesting to hear the discounted savings versus cost of install.
Only about $2 a month more than without. Maybe not worth it at all. A steering wheel brake lock I believe discourages thieves pretty well.
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Only about $2 a month more than without. Maybe not worth it at all. A steering wheel brake lock I believe discourages thieves pretty well.
If you are talking about an item like the "The Club":
https://store.winner-intl.com/steeri...ocks-c103.aspx

These can be defeated in under 30 seconds. Simply by cutting the steering wheel and pulling it off.
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Find a fuse that powers the fuel pump, starter solenoid, or engine ignition system, wire up a hidden switch. If you donít know how a mechanic could do it.
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