Quick Tip: Keep Your Car From Getting Stolen
Stacey walks you through several ways to foil those who are looking to
steal your ride. They range from simple free ways to some that are a little
more in depth. Either way, they work great to stop people from making off
with your car.
Review of The Club Steering Wheel Lock - etrailer.com
Today well be taking a look at the Club Steering Wheel Lock, part number:
WI900YELLOW. Now with the vehicle running still, you want to make sure
that you turn the wheel one full revolution before turning the vehicle off.
This will allow the steering wheel to go into the lock position. Next,
well go ahead and pull out our steering wheel lock out from underneath our
vehicles seat. This is a good place to stow it. Slide it from one side of
the steering wheel to the other, and now it cant come off.
Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
LoJack Tracking a Stolen Vehicle
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premier worldwide provider of tracking and recovery systems.
DESCRIPTION: Made at LoJack corporate headquarters. It shows how accurate
and quick it is to track down a vehicle equipped with LoJack.
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provider of tracking and recovery systems. More than two decades ago,
LoJack created the stolen vehicle recovery category and has since earned a
reputation as the proven global leader in that market segment. The company
delivers a 90 percent success rate in tracking and recovering stolen cars
and trucks, and has helped recover more than $5 billion in stolen
LoJack-equipped global assets.
How to remove steering wheel lock without your key
How to remove steering wheel lock without your key. You lost your key ?
Well here's how you take it off!
This video was made for educational purposes only. The use of this for any
breaking of the law will not be tolerated. Use at your own risk.
Stop your car from being stolen for 50 cents
Part application for Canada's Know it All TV show and part Carquestions DIY
video. Mark shows you how to stop car thieves in their tracks by using a
blown fuse and your owner's manual. Can be done on most any car in minutes
if you're careful and take some time. If you have to leave your car for
extended periods of time this will give you an added piece of mind.
How to Prevent Vintage Auto Theft : Using Steering Wheel Club for Vintage Auto Theft Prevention
Learn how to use a steering wheel lock, or club, to help prevent your
vintage automobile from being stolen with expert car tips in this free
online car security video clip.
Expert: George Dunbrook
Bio: George Dunbrook is a veteran mechanic who has been working on classic
car engines & bodies for over 30 years. He owns a Mobil gas station shop in
New York State.
Filmmaker: sony stark
Ravelco Auto Anti Theft System Install Demo | AutoTrader Classics
Attila Kovacs, owner of Florida Ravelco and Miami crime-fighter in his free
time, traveled to AutoTrader Classics' offices to perform a Ravelco
anti-theft system installation on a 2002 Ford Thunderbird. Here, Attila
demonstrates how this innovative system foils car thieves from car-jacking
you car. Visit www.ravelco.com for more information.
The Ravelco Anti Theft Device is installed in an easily accessible place
under or flush mounted in the dashboard of your vehicle. A removable 16 pin
male plug (which when not in use connects to your key chain) makes all the
electronic connections. A hidden armored steel cable protects the wires
from the rear of the RAVELCO base on through to the engine compartment
where all the connections are made and camouflaged. When the plug is
removed from the RAVELCO, it is impossible to start the vehicle. There are
more than 100,000 different combinations. NO MASTER PLUGS. An impossible
obstacle for even the most persistent thief. No Bells or Whistles . . .
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