well i want it to go off if someone brakes the window of forces the door open, and maybe shock sensors. cos ive got 18's on it i dnt like parking it in my driveway bc its hidden from the street ppl cant see if anyione stealing my rims or braking into it. so ive been parking it on the road outsie my window
I'd always imagined a car is more at risk on the street than in the driveway, but you do make a good point there...
I'm also in the market. An alarm that will go off when someone's actually trying to steal my car/something in my car, but not when the garbage truck drives by at 5am. Is the sensitivity soley down to the setup/installation of a system, or does it depend on the system itself? (obviously the number/placement of sensors will make the biggest difference, but with a typical installation)
Yeah a friend came to visit a while ago and they had an alarm system installed although I think it may have been too sensitive. The day they visited it was quite windy and the bloody thing kept chirping like a loud budgie.
Best advice ever given" DON'T PLAY WITH IT...OR IT'LL FALL OFF"
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