- Apr 2, 2007
- No, sleep, till, BROOKLYN
- 11 Xterra Pro-4x, 12 'stang GT
And having your car in a concrete slab doesn't stop someone from jackhammering into the wall and taking out that way. Or helicoptering it out of a locked parking lot. Or bribing a guy who works at Mercedes dealership to make you duplicate keys. It's all about risk mitigation and deterrents, if you have to open a garage to get at my car vs just driving off with one that is in a driveway you are going to go with the other car.bone;n3546979 said:it wouldn't stop them from lifting your car on a flatbed and taking off either
I think the guy who wrote this is wrong, from what I remember of the stories when this came out first it's not a signal jammer but rather a signal amplifier that takes the signal of the keyfob and amplifies it enough for the car to think that the kBlind_Io;n3546978 said:"In this shocking footage" - shows a slide show of photos
"Store your keys in a metal tin" - why? So thieves don't have to use the signal jammer? How would storing the keys in a metal box prevent someone from using a duplicate key?
That music gave me ear-cancer.