3 effective ways to enhance your car safety

May 16, 2017 | Same topic: Handy maintenance tips
You have made huge effort to own a car and apparently you won't want anyone to illegally take it away from you. The following suggestion will put your car under higher security.

1. Put disruption in electrical and fuel system

  a man wearing mask breaking into a car
 
Blocking the electricity and fuel to starter is a fantastic option to secure your car

Blocking the electricity and fuel to starter is a fantastic option to protect your car. We won’t recommend this method unless you are confident in your electrical wiring skills. You might also ask a trustworthy mechanic to do it for you and it won’t cost you too much.
 
A hidden kill switch will be installed inside a cabin and only you know its location. Thieves have no time looking for a switch because they need to steal the car as fast as possible.

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2. Have an alarm system installed on your car

a man holding a pair of gong beside a thief who is trying to steal a car

Another effective mean of protection is to equip your car with an alarm system

You can select a car alarm that not only makes a series of deafening noises from a siren under the hood but also notify you via both your car’s alarm remote and on your mobile device if your car gets hit, dinged or broken into.
 

3. Equip your vehicle with a wheel boot lock

  A car locked with a wheel boot lock

You can get a specialty boot lock which only you are able to take off
 
There are various kinds of theft prevention products out there which don’t cost you too much money and don’t require professional installation. You can get a specialty boot lock which only you are able to take off. This tip may sound funny but there is a high likelihood thieves will move onto the next target, leaving your car alone.

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4. Never leave your car

Yes, this is obviously the most effective and cheapest way to protect your car!
 

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