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1. TRACKING SYSTEMS - Although they sound good on paper, these costly systems are not very effective. They come into play only after the vehicle has already been stolen, as reported by the Boston Police Department, the city in which the idea originated. By the time the victim reports their vehicle stolen, (which is usually the next day) it has already been stripped and dumped. In the old days, if the owner of the stolen vehicle is lucky, the thief will not have found and removed the tracking transponder while stripping the vehicle and the tracking system will lead the police to the abandoned shell of the vehicle. Nowadays, the minute a thief breaks into your vehicle he plugs in a $20 GPS SCRAMBLER aka: (signal destroyer) to negate any signal coming to or from your vehicle thus making the your vehicle invisible. This eliminates the old way of a thief trying to find, remove, and discard the tracking transponder. Sadly, after the thieves are finished stripping the vehicle, law enforcement officers continue to track the signal thinking it is coming from the stolen vehicle when actually it leads them to a trash dumpster in a back alley somewhere! These tracking systems are expensive ($895 and up) and some even require a monthly monitoring fee. Many people in the security industry refer to these systems as "after the fact jack." Ford, General Motors and Chrysler offer their own system and again these systems are also easily defeated. NO SECURITY WHATSOEVER! 

2. FACTORY TRANSPONDER (SMART KEY) SYSTEMS - This anti theft system is factory installed on almost every new vehicle manufactured today. Most every manufacturer, whether domestic or foreign uses this type system. Embedded in the head of the vehicle’s ignition key is a miniature RFID Transponder Chip which contains one of a trillion possible electronic codes. When the key is inserted into the vehicle’s ignition, the transponder sends a signal to a disc shaped antenna surrounding the key cylinder housing behind the shroud on the steering column. The antenna then relays a signal to the control module and if the signal is correctly recognized, the vehicle is allowed to start. If access is attempted without the correct code, critical systems (ignition, starter) remain inoperable. Again, this may sound good, but all this system does is keep honest people honest, because it is very easy to bypass. The thieves are now using laptop computers with recorded RF codes to bypass them in about 5 seconds, which is probably why the factory installs these systems for free. Sadly, many salesman at the car dealers tell their customers that because of this special transponder chip in their key . . . they do not need any extra security for their vehicle, but this is NOT TRUE!   READ MORE

3. REMOTE STARTERS - These remote starters may be convenient by starting your vehicle, warming it up in the winter or cooling it down in the summer, but please do not think for one moment that these systems are secure. There is absolutely no security at all with these systems. They can all be hacked and started with a Laptop or Scanner in seconds. READ MORE

4. ALARM SYSTEMS - These systems have all just about run their course. The auto manufacturers do not even offer an alarm systems any longer. Too many problems and they are totally ineffective in deterring auto theft. Who hasn't heard and ignored an alarm? To make matters worse, a "laptop code grabber" or "scanner box" will open up the vehicle’s doors and disable any alarm system. They can be purchased for less than $100 on the Internet. Even the more expensive systems that claim to have Anti-Scan or Anti-Code Grabbing Technology were still defeated, as demonstrated on this CBS NEWS VIDEO. Just ask anyone who has or has had an alarm if they would ever get another one . . . THEIR ANSWER WILL BE A DEFINITE NO!

5. THE CLUB - Widely advertised, this device is probably the best known anti theft product on the market today. But as demonstrated on CBS' American Journal, a car thief using a hacksaw can cut through the vehicle's plastic steering wheel and remove The Club in just 22 seconds! The program also demonstrated how a thief can spray "freon" into the locking mechanism of The Club, hit the now frozen lock with a hammer, and shatter it like glass, enabling him to remove The Club. In addition, there is a device called the Club Buster, which will break The Club and AutoLock devices in 60 seconds. The Club Buster is intended for locksmiths, tow truck operators, and auto repossession professionals, but any thief can buy it over the internet right now for $89.

6. REMOTE STARTER KILLS - This device comes with a remote control and a special re-worked starter relay that replaces the factory starter relay in your vehicle's power distribution box. The power distribution box is very easy to access directly under the hood of the vehicle, all you have to do is to lift the cover of the box pull out the relay, replace it with any factory relay (cost $2) and drive the vehicle off. Again, the remote control on this device can be scanned and bypassed with a scanner box very easily in seconds.

7. KEYPAD SYSTEMS - These systems connect to the starter wire under the dash. They can be defeated in seconds by locating the "brain box" of the keypad (which usually is wire-tied or taped to the steering column under the dash) and then touching the two contacts with a jumper wire.

8. STEERING COLUMN COLLARS - Now nearly obsolete, these devices are worthless in terms of theft protection. All a thief has to do is reach below the dash; pry the ignition switch off the topside of the steering column post, exposing a rod; and pull the rod upward, allowing the vehicle to start.

9. BRAKE PEDAL LOCKS - We witnessed one of these pedal locks compromised very easily at a crime prevention seminar. This pedal lock is designed to go in between the brake pedal and the floor board of the vehicle making it impossible to apply the brake. Hence, a thief would not steal the vehicle if he could not stop it. The demonstration showed a "would be thief" hitting the side of the pedal lock just below the brake with a small sledgehammer, denting the floorboard until it slipped to the side and was removed. NOT VERY EFFECTIVE.  


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